Although I think the mustache is suppose to be the focus of this photo, I’m drawn to his blue eyes.

Although I think the mustache is suppose to be the focus of this photo, I’m drawn to his blue eyes.

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wehadfacesthen:

Marlene Dietrich, 1936

Well, this is one of the most glamorous photos of Marlene Dietrich I’ve  ever seen.

wehadfacesthen:

Marlene Dietrich, 1936

Well, this is one of the most glamorous photos of Marlene Dietrich I’ve ever seen.

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CBS has a new series about Super-Nerds called “Scorpion”. From the commercial in the 1st episode the LAX control tower has some problem endangering all the planes that need  to land. One of the Die Hard movies had a similar plot BUT the solution seems so simple - redirect the planes to another airport. You don’t need a super-nerd to figure that out. 

I guess super-nerds are NOT writing the scripts.

CBS has a new series about Super-Nerds called “Scorpion”. From the commercial in the 1st episode the LAX control tower has some problem endangering all the planes that need to land. One of the Die Hard movies had a similar plot BUT the solution seems so simple - redirect the planes to another airport. You don’t need a super-nerd to figure that out.

I guess super-nerds are NOT writing the scripts.

Earlier I comments on a new gimmick on “Project Runway” where mentor Tim Gunn could save an eliminated designer. In episode 6 Char was eliminated. She had been in the middle of the pack until then with unremarkable designs. At the end of the episode Tim made a flip comment to her that he “would have saved” her. It seems odd and awkward. 

The next episode Tim announces he decided to “save” Char after all. 

They are now on episode 10 and Char’s designs have been blah. Then at the end of the episode Tim hands Char another “save” when the zipper on her dress breaks and he puts the other designers in the awkward position of asking publicly if he can give Char and extra 10 minutes. 

The designers said yes but once they were alone they complained it was unfair for atom to ask them that in a situation like that. I don’t blame them. 

So in the end Char and another designer were in the bottom two and the other designer got kicked off. 

Char hasn’t never been one if the top designers and this obviously wasn’t her first time at the bottom. Tim’s save was wasted on her. 

Next season they should abandon the “save” idea since it’s more harmful than good.

Earlier I comments on a new gimmick on “Project Runway” where mentor Tim Gunn could save an eliminated designer. In episode 6 Char was eliminated. She had been in the middle of the pack until then with unremarkable designs. At the end of the episode Tim made a flip comment to her that he “would have saved” her. It seems odd and awkward.

The next episode Tim announces he decided to “save” Char after all.

They are now on episode 10 and Char’s designs have been blah. Then at the end of the episode Tim hands Char another “save” when the zipper on her dress breaks and he puts the other designers in the awkward position of asking publicly if he can give Char and extra 10 minutes.

The designers said yes but once they were alone they complained it was unfair for atom to ask them that in a situation like that. I don’t blame them.

So in the end Char and another designer were in the bottom two and the other designer got kicked off.

Char hasn’t never been one if the top designers and this obviously wasn’t her first time at the bottom. Tim’s save was wasted on her.

Next season they should abandon the “save” idea since it’s more harmful than good.

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Check out the “Elvis” style sideburns on John Wayne!

Check out the “Elvis” style sideburns on John Wayne!

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