Places for old men

Couple of things.

Had dinner with my friend and colleague Greg Tabron the other day. mentioned I had seen a trailer on TV for a movie called No Country For Old Men. Greg became quite excited, jumped up and pulled a copy of the book from his heaving shelves.(Readers are leaders).
I have reading it every moment I can - it's one of those books. I love the way the characters talk. (They do it without quotation marks.)Hanging out to see the movie. Total package.

Some interesting and encouraging comments from Stan Lee, the Author of BrandDNA, one of my favorite places in the blogosphere. Stan reminds me that that the way to get traffic to your site is to give something of yourself. Stan makes a contribution and gets links in return. Thanks mate. You'll have seen that I stuffed up the other day and changed my template by mistake - so your permanent link was lost. Well it's back and at the top of of the list. Loyalty rocks. As do you.


  1. My cheeks are getting kinda red all of a sudden.

  2. I've heard nothing but rave reviews about that film but the latest I've seen was The Bucket List which stars Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. While the plot is nothing new, it's pretty funny and heart-warming at the same time. Just two old men with nothing better to do other than race cars and hang out on top of the pyramids.


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