izabelanna & bccmee found more new pix...hottest evil spy on the planet..(will need to soften that light behind his head so it doesn't look so much like a skull cap :)
How's this for intensity?...both feet are off the ground :)
Here's the rather serious looking pic - for a certain Ms Musa's enjoyment...she's expressed appreciation for this particular spectacled man on a mission :) Note his bond-esque cig lighter..
See Heinz run...he's outta there...
Thanks to bccmee's detective work we have the above new pic. There's a second one as well but he looks too severe...wearing unattractive glasses and plastered down hair. Guess spies don't do adorable spectacles like Harry Kennedy's :) [UPDATE: severe look was added above]
What you might ask inspired 'the romantic hearts Thurs' - interestingly, it was while reading writer Geo Martin's latest journal posts. As you know, he's the author of A Game of Thrones and the other 4 published books in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. The writer's vol #5, A Dance With Dragons, is newly released and he therefore has set off on yet another booksigning tour. Despite many brutal passages in his books, before leaving, Mr Martin proved he's truly a romantic at heart. The evidence can be found in the next to last sentence of his following message to readers...
Quote from Geo Martin: "Be aware, if you head out to one of these, that (1) you may need to wait in line for a very long time, and (2) when you finally reach the front of that line, we'll only have a few second together, at best. ((The BEST place to actually meet me, or any of your favorite SF or fantasy writers, is not at a booksigning, but at a con. But booksignings are good places to meet other fans. You'll definitely meet the people in line with you. You'll be spending hours with 'em, so be friendly. Romances have been known to start waiting in line at booksignings.))
And if all that hasn't scared you off... see you in Boston!"
Richard Armitage quote: "all about love"
HOBBIT Happenings: Do those arguing that the dwarves in The Hobbit should all look ugly as Gimli, have any sense of reality whatsoever?? Why would anyone spend $500M on the films and then not provide entertainment in everyway possible - mentally, visually and enhanced by intoxicating sound? Time marches on - all things evolve. Tolkien never dreamed that one day his books would be transformed to mega movie blockbusters in the 21st Century. No doubt if he was alive today, he'd be realistic enough to give an approving nod to a master film-makers expertise with classic adaptations to the screen. That filming genius is of course Sir Peter Jackson.
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