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I love Airwolf when I was a kid! Apparently it was just released that he passed on February 10th. RIP.
Looks like Cartoonin continues to be a stud.
The Big D screen is just cartoonin aiming a projector at his genitals
Yeah, I read that. A month ago. Airwolf was a fun show, and he had possibly the weirdest cool name on TV: Stringfellow(?) Hawke. The rumor when we were kids in northern NJ was that one of the helicopters, Airwolf of Blue Thunder, was based on a real helicopter.
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Huh. The helicopter from Airwolf crashed about a decade (or more) ago. Now Jan-Michael Vincent. Of course I thought he's been dead for years, but RIP.
A Cigar, much like Scotch and Monogamy, is an acquired taste.
The best parenting advice I've seen:
Your quest is to convince me that you deserve to sleep indoors.
Borgnine, as well known, went some years back. Looks like Alex Cord (Archangel) is still kicking at 85 though.
Ernest Borgnine was crazy there at the end. I remember a public appearance where someone asked him, on mike in front of a large audience at a state fair or something, what the secret to his longevity was. He replied and spoke at length to the crowd about the benefits of daily masturbation. That was the point where I knew he was pretty far gone.
The two sides to every story are true and false, not yours and theirs. Facts are not political; lies are. - Deven Green (Mrs. Betty Bowers)
Borgnine was bizarre in BASKetball.
The most bizarre aspect of BASEketball was, like Southpark, if you look past the dick jokes there was scathing commentary on the subject matter.
While I wasn't an avid fan, I do remember a movie of his from my childhood. My dad and I had a tradition where he would take me on some father/son trips, usually to cabins where we could fish and canoe and such. Always during these trips, we would rent the movies mom wouldn't let me watch and one year it was all Charles Bronson all the time. We ended up watching The Mechanic three times because the ending blew my young mind. And I'll respect the man enough to resist posting the Rick and Morty video about him. RIP, dude.
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