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You sure you weren't watching Moby Dick? You're looking a lot like Queequeg.
Since House is one of my favorite shows, I must now beware the pox of tattoos. Still, he is beguiling so it is a chance I need to take.
Willow,I must have a reference to Queequeg somewhere on this blog, maybe a couple of years ago. 'Tatts' scare me, and it's one of those puzzlements that I simply don't understand their popularity.(They don't go away)As for Moby Dick, the John Huston version with Gregory Peck, one of our cats has a white streak irregularly running her nose and chin. 'The Ahab Look'?Trulyfool
Cher,On the strength of a friend's recommendation, we've been watching DVDs of House. Part way through the 3rd year, I stopped. Despite liking the cast a lot and liking the relatively smart subject matter and liking the quick ironic dialogue, I had concluded that the character House -- though played by Hugh Laurie whose acting I like -- the character was an unmitigated a**hole.If I worked with him or for him, it wouldn't be for long.On the recommendation of my daughter, I picked up the CDs once more. She assures me that cast changes and a new function for the character makes it more palatable.I'll give it a shot. After all, what else do I have to do when I'm eating yoghurt and cereal? Whether or not things change enough is problematic -- TV formulas that are very popular don't often change.(I'll think of you when I reach the episode dealing with tattoos).TFool
...just hot chocolate?Luv this post and pic
Stuff,I can't take credit for the pic, but I think my face may be this frightening on occasion during commute hours.Trulyfool
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