Category Archives: 007

>What’s in a Name?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upMtEJSj9NA”>Casino

>In the 1967 James Bond parody movie, Casino Royale, a number of the British agents decide to re-name themselves “James Bond” in an attempt to confuse the enemy. To that end, we have David Niven, Peter Sellers, Woody Allen and … Continue reading

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>Bond did it first…

>In the 007 film “Tomorrow Never Dies”, James Bond has a social encounter with yet another millionaire megalomaniac with aspirations of world domination. The villian later sits down with his henchman, a computer hacker, and they try to discern what … Continue reading

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>Sisyphus

> After a few months in Iraq, Soldiers tend to gradually lose track of what day of the week it is. With no true weekends, and most days having the same repetitive grind, many Soldiers joke that it’s like the … Continue reading

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>If our demands are not met, we will kill these bunnies…

> I’ve been filling in for someone for the last week or so, doing a job that occupies a great deal of time, but involves very little actual work. This has given me some time to pop in a DVD … Continue reading

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>Now I can make fun of Quantum of Solace

>I actually had to buy a bootleg copy of Quantum of Solace so I could finally find out what Maddox was ranting about on The Best Page in the Universe.  I think I can honestly say that this is one … Continue reading

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>The great thing about lax international copyright laws

>The great thing about lax international copyright laws is that you can buy DVDs of movies that were just recently released in the US.  Some may call this bootlegging, but hey, most truths that we cling to depend greatly upon … Continue reading

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>Starbuck’s Coffee

> One of my favorite books is From Russia, With Love by Ian Fleming. In that particular adventure of ultra-suave British secret agent James Bond, we find 007 traveling to Istanbul to steal a Russian decoding machine. He teams up … Continue reading

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