One of my most enduring childhood heroes, Mr. Spock, has crossed over to the real “undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler returns.”
The Final Frontier has a new guest.
And if his logic was true, and his coordinates accurate, he and I may one day, in a brighter age, have a chat about the stars.
By your example, many boys grew into better men.
Thank you, Mr. Nimoy.
Thank you so very much.
Dracula is an American horror film released in 1931 by Universal Pictures. Produced by Carl Laemmle, Jr. and directed by Tod Browning, it adapts the original 1897 Bram Stoker novel Dracula as well as the 1924 stage adaptation of Dracula by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane. It is the first authorized film adaptation of Dracula as well as the first horror film “talkie”.
Dracula launched the career of actor Béla Lugosi, who went on to star in dozens of genre films overs the next two decades.
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In an age where all discretion seems to have flown out the window, I would like to caution all the brave young ladies who are so eager to snap off a half-dozen highly erotic images of themselves for their boyfriends and in some cases, strangers.
It must be admitted that being the recipient of a sensuous selfie of a beautiful woman is of course flattering, but at the risk of defeating the very self-aggrandizing purpose of the modern selfie, I would urge restraint in the content.
A sexy, daring selfie need not include full nudity to set the pulse racing. In our over-exposed media age where everything is splashed in high-definition across a dozen social media networks in an blink, a little denial can go a long way.
Never lose the ability to tease. Don’t set yourself up to regret tomorrow what you did today.
Seduction is the better game.
Wives, of course, are exempt and are free to get crazy.