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Happy 40th Birthday…

March 2nd, 2008


He is way down my list of Bond’s, although with only one movie below his belt he could well improve. However, he did get his giblets whipped and laugh about it, and that chase scene at the begging of Casino Royale is a classic.

But none of that is necessary. Here at Home in Hespeler, if you played James Bond and you have a birthday with a 0 or 5 in it, we offer the doffed chapeau.

Happy 40th birthday Daniel Craig. May your Bond learn the value of humour in your 40th year.

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Saturday Fluffernutter: Bond Goes To The Gym; Still (Johnny) Rotten After All These Years

September 22nd, 2007
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Craig, Daniel Craig is said to be hitting the gym in preparation for shooting of the next James Bond film, tentatively titled Bond 22. In case you missed the first 21 Bond’s, here’s a quick, 1 minute and 22 second summary, as performed by Bunnies.
The latest of the big rock and Roll reunions? The Sex Pistols, cashing on the 30th anniversary of their ground breaking punk album, “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols” with a reunion show on November 30th.

Regarding other old punkers reuniting, lead pistol Johnny ‘Rotten’ Lydon had this to say about the Police:

“… But honestly that’s like soggy old dead carcasses… You know, listening to Stink [Police lead singer Sting] try to squeak through Roxanne one more time that’s not fun.”

The last time I was in London was 1979. The punks, purple hair and safety pin through the cheek and all, were at their apex. Led Zeppelin performed their last London concerts, the legendary Knebworth shows, while I was there. If I went back at the end of November, it would be like nothing had changed.

News reached me this week of Band from TV, featuring Hugh Lawry, and a group of television actors doing charity musical performances. One of their stand-outs is a version of Cab Calloway’s classic, Minnie the Moocher. I couldn’t find a video of that performance, but I did stumble across one of my favourite ever TV scenes, Hugh Lawry as Bertram Wooster and Stephen Fry as Jeeves, doing Minnie the Moocher. It just doesn’t get funnier than this.

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