The Daily F Bomb, Saturday 2/9/13

by: Floja Roja

Sat Feb 09, 2013 at 07:31:51 AM EST



Happy Saturday, or Caturday, or Fatterday (I eat a huge breakfast on the weekends, so that applies...)

Today's Interrogation: Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today? How many languages do you speak? What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?

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On This Day

In 1825, the House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams president after no candidate received a majority of electoral votes.

In 1861, the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America elected Jefferson Davis president and Alexander H. Stephens vice president.

In 1870, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a joint resolution of Congress establishing the U.S. Weather Bureau.

In 1889, President Grover Cleveland signed a bill elevating the Department of Agriculture to a Cabinet-level agency.

In 1950, Senator Joseph McCarthy accused the Department of State of being filled with Communists. The present day Republicans are constantly leveling similar charges against every part of the Obama administration, but fortunately are only taken serious by Fox News and its viewers.

In 1964, the Beatles made their first live American TV appearance, on "The Ed Sullivan Show.

In 1971, Satchel Paige became the first Negro League player to be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Born on This Day

1737 - Thomas Paine, English radical liberal philosopher/American revolutionary (d. 1809)

1773 - William Henry Harrison, 9th President of the United States (d. 1841)

1865 - Mrs. Patrick Campbell, British actress (d. 1940)

In town for Fashion Week, Mrs. Pat suffered neck injuries when Nemo left several pounds of snow on her hat.

1883 - Jules Berry, French actor (d. 1951)

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1891 - Ronald Colman, English actor (d. 1958)

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1892 - Peggy Wood, American actress (d. 1978)

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1901 - Brian Donlevy, Irish actor (d. 1972)

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1901 - James Murray, American actor (d. 1936)

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1909 - Heather Angel, British actress (d. 1986)

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1909 - Carmen Miranda, Brazilian actress (d. 1955)

1909 - Dean Rusk, 54th United States Secretary of State (d. 1994)

1912 - Ginette Leclerc, French actress (d. 1992)

She'd learned to tune out her daughter's latest conspiracy theories.

1915 - Lennard Pearce, English actor (d. 1984)

1922 - Kathryn Grayson, American actress (d. 2010)

1928 - Roger Mudd, American journalist

1932 - Gerhard Richter, German painter

1940 - Brian Bennett, British musician (The Shadows)

1940 - J. M. Coetzee, South African author, Nobel laureate

1942 - Carole King, American singer

1943 - Barbara Lewis, American singer and songwriter

1944 - Alice Walker, American writer

1945 - Mia Farrow, American actress

1946 - Jim Webb, American politician, senior senator of Virginia

1947 - Joe Ely, American musician (The Flatlanders)

1953 - CiarĂ¡n Hinds, Northern Irish actor

1981 - The Rev, American musician (Avenged Sevenfold) (d. 2009)

Died on This Day

1675 - Gerhard Douw, also known as Gerrit Dou,  Dutch painter (b. 1613)

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1881 - Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Russian novelist (b. 1821)

1891 - Johan Jongkind, Dutch painter (b. 1819)

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1906 - Paul Laurence Dunbar, American poet (b. 1872)

1951 - Eddy Duchin, American musician (b. 1910)

1960 - Alexandre Benois, Russian artist (b. 1870)

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1966 - Sophie Tucker, Russian-born actress (b. 1884)

1969 - George "Gabby" Hayes, American actor (b. 1885)

1976 - Percy Faith, Canadian musician (b. 1908)

1981 - Bill Haley, American musician (Bill Haley & His Comets) (b. 1925)

1997 - Brian Connolly, Scottish singer (Sweet) (b. 1945) (The only song of theirs that I like, a total guilty pleasure)

1997 - Barry Evans, British actor (Michael Upton on "Dr. in the House," which I loved in Jr. High...  (b. 1943)

2002 - Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon (b. 1930)

Today is

National Bagels and Lox Day
Pizza Pie Day
Read in the Bathtub Day
Toothache Day

 

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Good morning! (2.00 / 15)
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One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

I'll answer the hover question: (2.00 / 14)
"Mom's home and she will spend all day playing with us!!"

Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


[ Parent ]
Looks like he/she detects cat food. (2.00 / 9)


I'm lucky.

[ Parent ]
Answers for Feb 9 (2.00 / 12)
Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today?

Sure, lots of nastiness in high school

How many languages do you speak?

I only speak English well at all. I know a few words of Spanish and used to be pretty good at Hebrew when I lived in Israel

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

The Godfather. The Princess Bride.

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

The movie is almost always worse than the book it was based on. I can't think of which was the worst.

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?

Well, there was a ginger cheesecake. Ginger! In cheesecake! WTF?  

"Most people worry about their own bellies and other people's souls when we all ought to worry about our own souls and others' bellies" Israel Salanter


I would probably like ginger chessecake :) (2.00 / 9)
I like ginger in almost everything.  

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


[ Parent ]
For me it was truffle oil in mac and cheese. (2.00 / 9)
It tasted OK but took it out of the realm of comfort food into the gourmet category, and I didn't enjoy it as much.  Also the rosemary one local place puts in their meatloaf. I love rosemary, but in meatloaf it's both unexpected and (to me) unwelcome.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
that does not sound tasty at all (2.00 / 8)
I like my mac and cheese the way it is supposed to be -no strange additions

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


[ Parent ]
My favorite mac & cheese... (2.00 / 7)
...contains nothing more strange than finely diced cooked onions, and the merest hint of garlic.

There are, in every age, new errors to be rectified, and new prejudices to be opposed. ~Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

[ Parent ]
our family has a tradition of using a small (2.00 / 8)
amount of Coleman's Mustard (powdered) in mac and cheese and potato salad. That is our exotic ingredient.

I put finely diced onion in too.    

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


[ Parent ]
Wow. (2.00 / 8)
I can easily imagine a little mustard powder adding a delicious kick to the mac & cheese. I'll have to try that!

There are, in every age, new errors to be rectified, and new prejudices to be opposed. ~Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

[ Parent ]
It has to be Coleman's :) (2.00 / 3)
I've traveled the world with at least one can of it.

It's very strong and spicy so you only need a dab

http://www.amazon.com/Colmans-...

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


[ Parent ]
Are there any other brands? ;-) (2.00 / 2)


One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
there are lots of powdered mustards (2.00 / 2)
but none taste like Coleman's :)

(btw - I don't own any stock in the company)

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


[ Parent ]
I use either powdered or a touch of Dijon (2.00 / 5)
in the bechamel sauce, and I usually use onions. I have gone as far as finely chopped mushrooms, but usually not.

A good friend uses tomatoes. To me that may be good, but it ceases to be macaroni and cheese at that point. Onions and shrooms can be background players, but tomatoes are not.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne


[ Parent ]
Good Morning! (2.00 / 12)
Regret:  ummmm.  I was single until I was 29.  Hell yes I have some regrets.  But I had a ball doing it.   And there were no permanent scars.

Languages:  1 sadly.  There is another regret.  I lived in Germany as a kid, took Spanish and Italian.  I can understand enough Spanish to get by but speaking it is very different.

Bad movie/good book:  Gettysburg the movie from The Killer Angels.  That book is such a good read, the movie was bound to disappoint.

Good movie/good book:  Forrest Gump. The book was different but the movie was awesome.

Messing with my favorite dish:  anyone that puts Dijon mustard on anything.

Toothache day?  Why?  Who?


Amazing!! I had a bagel this morning without even knowing I was honoring anything ... but no lox. (2.00 / 15)
(what the heck is a lox?)

Excellent tweets today.

Is Bachmann really considering a run against Al Franken? Please please, do it Michele!! That may be the only way to get her out of that House seat.

I love the tag  #freshfacestaleideas! Was that just for Rubio or are they putting old Bobby Jindal tweets there also?

You can have Clippy ask that question directly, you know:

Back to hover later ...



Words have meaning. Our words will reflect what is in our souls.


knock knock (2.00 / 12)
Who's there?
Salmon Janet.
Salmon Janet who?
Salmon Janet evening....(you could find a lo )

x marks the spot. Not Goldilox. No. Some, I wouldn't, like Nova bland lox, peh. For Nova Scotia. Smoked not like that salmon. If it's not salty, pass.
Some would cream cheese along also with lox on bagel. And not Lenders. Real or nothing. Not egg. Water. Good luck. Xpensive!


[ Parent ]
Good morning!. Here are a few answers. (2.00 / 14)
Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today? Oh, yes, and I will leave it at that.

How many languages do you speak? I can speak French and a little bit of Hawaiian (Olelo Hawai'i). I can also read German and Latin. Needless to say, you don't get to speak Latin very often. I took reading German in college. When I was doing archaeological work in Germany about 20 years ago, I could manage basic shop German, but I have lost most of it now.

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? The Wizard of Oz. I loved the movie and the book as a kid, and I still love them.

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? I thought that the movie version of the first Stephanie Plum novel was awful.

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant? We had pizza with mayo in Ukraine. I thought it was a bit odd.


Good morning (2.00 / 13)
I am astonished at the amount of effort you put into these daily. I am also astonished that there is a "Toothache Day". We celebrate this? Is it an offshoot of National Masochist Day?

Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today? To often to count. None of them huge, just entirely too numerous.

How many languages do you speak? One, to my shame.

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? Don't read novels, don't watch movies. I have zero imagination, and almost no ability to suspend reality and get into fictional worlds, to my lasting regret.

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant? Tomatoes. Ick. There is no dish a raw tomato won't ruin if chopped fine enough that I can't pick it out.

Enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war.

Barack Obama 1/21/2013


wish lox and bagels was free like pancakes was last week (2.00 / 11)
And wish for a time machine to find where the gone delicatessens were.
Course, with a time machine, I could go back first to get money and then farther back for a better price, or even to Sunday mornings when both my grandfathers were alive and
But then- would I want to come back? There's alotta stuff i'd like to ask them both. Then later i'd have to corroborate stuff with my grandmothers and some aunts. Could be gone for months.

That Kathryn Grayson acted like she was an opera singer opposite mario lanza in some movies. There's some stories. Real life very fancy small private new york dinner party, intimate, lanza says her breasts would fit into champagne glasses. Impatient with the reactions to his assertion, and a little/bit/alot/completely/somewhat/you decide crazy. He attacks her evening gown and proves the anatomical anomaly to the horror/satisfaction of the other guests. Grayson was a good sport. For once, i'd say you could try this at home; though not necessarily with company.

I'll start tippin again if when the boxes return. I forget the rest of the Qs.


I hope for Grayson's sake (2.00 / 8)
that he was using/referring to one of the then-popular shallow champagne glasses and not the flutes?

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
cup.once dumped pasta own head sang pagliacchi,people/cried. nut. (2.00 / 7)


[ Parent ]
Bagels and Lox day! (2.00 / 11)
Hey! I wrote an article about bagels. But I prefer sable to lox. I also just had a taste of Buffalo smoked salmon (a friend brought it to a Super Bowl party). Sounds weird, but it was excellent. I also like pickled lox, but it doesn't really go on a bagel.  

"Most people worry about their own bellies and other people's souls when we all ought to worry about our own souls and others' bellies" Israel Salanter

Happy Chatterday! (2.00 / 9)
Today's Interrogation: Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today? How many languages do you speak? What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?

Umm, not really.  I don't think I misbehaved enough.  I did a few embarrassing things, but I'm still embarrassed enough that I don't think I'll say what they were.  ;-)

English + what I remember of high school French.

Hmm, I'm a bit fuzzy this early in the morning (Yeah, I know it's 9) to remember what novel/film combos I've seen.  I remember at the time being disappointed in the film version of Catch-22 because some characters were combined and/or did things other characters did in the book.  But I think it wasn't a bad film.  I just loved the book so much I wanted the film to be exactly right.

I took Lulu to what was once a really great Mexican restaurant (because there aren't many of those here), and found that the place was apparently under new management and was really terrible.  I think we both got chiles rellenos, and I swear that they had some kind of Italian-tasting tomato sauce on them.

I'm lucky.


Oops, I left out (2.00 / 7)
favorite movie adaptation.  I don't know if I have one.  I'll get back to you.

I'm lucky.

[ Parent ]
heh (2.00 / 6)
I tried a chicken enchilada recipe that was highly rated on allrecipes.com. The tomato sauce tasted more Italian than Mexican, and it was a bit odd.  

[ Parent ]
My mom (an Oklahoman) (2.00 / 5)
made an enchilada recipe that was filled with jack cheese, cottage cheese and scallions, topped with a tomato sauce that had onions, chili powder, oregano and basil, then topped with grated cheddar. It was much more Italian tasting than Mexican, but it was good, and my generation has improved on it by including green chiles in the filling, and lulu57 makes them with a green sauce that is yummy (basically green salsa and sour cream).

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Lulu is, as I speak, making a curry. (2.00 / 5)
The fresh ginger smells great!

I'm lucky.

[ Parent ]
some answers (2.00 / 9)
Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today?  Yes. Will not tattle on myself to tell which behavior.

How many languages do you speak? 2 and 3 others very badly (though I read them).

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? Witness for the Prosecution

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? Dune

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?  strange toppings on pizza.  I am a pizza purist.  Couldn't think of anything else since I rarely go to restaurants - I prefer my home cooking (and it is cheaper)

"If you're in a coalition and you're comfortable, you know it's not a broad enough coalition"

Bernice Johnson Reagon


Bachmann-Franken Overdrive (2.00 / 9)
Bachmann considers run against Al Franken; Matchup would pit famous comedian against nationally respected politician who used to be on #SNL

If Bachmann wants to be a Senator, she'll have to work her way up, starting at Second City.

1865 - Mrs. Patrick Campbell, British actress (d. 1940)

Har!  Great hover!

1909 - Heather Angel, British actress (d. 1986)

Cleanest woman on the wagon train!

Toothache Day

???  Why would anybody give a toothache its own day???

I'm lucky.


Toothache day... (2.00 / 7)
possibly celebrated by dentists? Where would they be without them?

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Tune in tomorrow for (2.00 / 8)
gingivitis day!

I'm lucky.

[ Parent ]
Good morning Bombers and friends. (2.00 / 10)
I regret too many things to list, but I've had plenty of time to come to terms with regret.

I speak two languages fluently, and there are three or four others which I can speak or read haltingly.

Yesterday I had a slice of quiche with an unusual ingredient that I didn't expect to like but did: chunks of butternut squash. The squash was very sweet and tender and went well with the normal quiche ingredients.


There are, in every age, new errors to be rectified, and new prejudices to be opposed. ~Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)


Favorite movie adaptation (2.00 / 10)
At the moment all I can think of is The Duchess. It's not based on a novel, but on an excellent and rather feminist-flavored biography of Georgiana Spencer Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, by Amanda Foreman.

The film was pretty true to the real story, with some (fairly) minor changes in service of dramatic structure and pacing. And Ralph Fiennes is a splendid actor. :-)

There are, in every age, new errors to be rectified, and new prejudices to be opposed. ~Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)


My answers (2.00 / 11)
Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today?

Oh yes, I was often bitchy to people who did not deserve it. I especially was bad at responding to compliments.

How many languages do you speak?

One, unless Pig Latin counts. My mother said I was a barbarian for speaking just one, and she was probably right.

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

LoTR. They changed a lot, but they got so much right, especially the look. And Viggo. ;-)

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

Empire of the Sun. It probably would have been fine had I not read and loved the novel, but it was so gooey and sentimental, which was completely lacking in the book.

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?

Mentioned above - truffle oil in Mac and Cheese. And one Indian place that put cilantro in every dish.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne


Morning from NC (2.00 / 10)
Best movie adaptation has to be The Lord of the Rings. I know Peter Jackson made a lot of changes but it is such a complex book he had to do something or it would have been unfilmable. Besides it had Viggo Mortensen in it. How could it possibly not be brilliant with Viggo.  

"A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world." Oscar Wilde

Agree 100% with the tweet about Rubio... (2.00 / 8)
He's the hispanic Rand/Ron Paul...

Ok, except for immigration...even he's not stupid enough to miss the writing on the demographic wall...


I think he is with the rest of his party on immigration (2.00 / 6)
but is trying to win over the Hispanic vote. Too bad for him they are not single issue voters.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Jonell Mosser "Bottom Rail" (2.00 / 5)

Good morning.....I like her bluesy tone and attitude!

Love is the lasting legacy of our lives


mornin' Bombers! (2.00 / 6)
behaviors that i regret..heh, you're kiddin' me right?

best movie adaption...toss up between Lord of the Rings and To Kill a Mockingbird.

worst move adaption....hands down, Bonfire of the Vanities.

languages...enough Spanglish, Frenchlish and I Italianish to order a good meal.

odd food ingrediant...it would never reach my pizza but no doubt Pineapple!

time...it seems to move so slowly until that day, when it doesn't.


I agree, pineapple does not belong on pizza n/t (2.00 / 5)


"Most people worry about their own bellies and other people's souls when we all ought to worry about our own souls and others' bellies" Israel Salanter

[ Parent ]
Oh, so (2.00 / 5)
you speak Menu fluently?

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
haha, yeah i'm a survivalist FR (2.00 / 4)
well as long as there are Spanish, French and Italian restaurants around otherwise i'm callin' for help.

time...it seems to move so slowly until that day, when it doesn't.


[ Parent ]
good noon (2.00 / 5)
POLL: 67% of Republicans think video games are a bigger threat than guns. The other 33% were playing Call Of Duty.

- Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat) February 8, 2013


reminds me of something I read in my psychology textbook:

93% of respondents admit they masturbate, 7% lied.

As to movie adaptions of a book, I don't think any of them lived up, but the Harry Potter movies were pretty good.

Two languages: English & ASL.

Can't think of a restaurant dish, but I once bought a jar of salsa at Costco and when I tried it at home, it was sweet! I'm talking about the regular tomato/onions/peppers kind. I looked at the jar for ingredients and prominently displayed on the front was "agave syrup added". I should have looked closely, but WTF? It's like adding table sugar to your tossed salad.  


Americans have such a highly developed sweet tooth (2.00 / 5)
that you now find some kind of sugar (usually HFCS, now renamed corn sugar) in almost everything. I think it is a very bad trend. Even the stuff that should be sweet is too sweet.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
Behaving Poorly. Again. (2.00 / 6)
Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today?

- Even by Moose standards, this isn't something that can be answered in comment length.

How many languages do you speak?

- 1.3

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

- LOTR

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed?

- Christine

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant?

- ReadiWhip angrily "SCHKKKRRRTTTTT!"ed on top of a scratched water glass of bad coffee and whiskey in the San Diego Marriot, under the guise of being an Irish Coffee.

John Askren - "Never get into a pissing match with a skunk."


Happy Saturday/Caturday! (2.00 / 3)
Hope everyone in the path of the storms is safe and warm.

Q&A Time....

Did you ever engage in any kind of behavior that you regret today? Plenty.

How many languages do you speak? One, two if you stretch the question to include American sign language..So..English and ASL...Eh, and enough Spanish to carry on a broken conversation--on a good day.

What is your favorite movie adaptation of a novel you have read and enjoyed? Persuasion, the 2007 version with Sally Hawkins and Rupert Penry-Jones

What is your least favorite movie version of a novel you have read and enjoyed? Little Women, totally trashed that book.

What is the worst thing you have encountered being added to what should be a favorite dish of yours in a restaurant? Two, chili is an all time favorite, ordered it a little place in Hamilton Texas--Who puts corn and elbow pasta in chili??? No one in Texas, it's a illegal and definitely immoral!!! I'm sure of it!! And sugar added to green beans...I LOVE green beans...BBQ joint, super sweet bbq (I'm not a fan of sweet bbq) and sugar in the green beans. I guess the bbq should have been the tip off.

On the book/movie question...REALLY hoping Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series is treated well by Starz. I'd be heartbroken for them to mess it up by changing the story.


"A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle"...."We make a Living by what we get...We make a Life by what we give."  


Curious about (2.00 / 3)
Little Women, totally trashed that book.

which version of Little Women.  I think there are about four of them.  Is it the one with Winona Ryder?  (I've heard several discussions of which one is best/worst, but I've never seen any of them.)

I'm lucky.


[ Parent ]
I can think of three. (2.00 / 2)
Kate Hepburn, June Allyson (who I'm never been crazy about), and Ryder.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. - A.A. Milne

[ Parent ]
The one with Ryder (2.00 / 2)
I've seen two movie versions of the book...The one with Hepburn and the one with Ryder...The later took far too many liberties. As someone who has read Little Women many times, those liberties were a distraction. I just didn't like it.  

"A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle"...."We make a Living by what we get...We make a Life by what we give."  

[ Parent ]
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