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“There’s nothing as significant as a human face. Nor as eloquent. We can never really know another person, except by our first glance at him. Because, in that glance, we know everything. Even though we’re not always wise enough to unravel the knowledge.”

“There’s nothing as significant as a human face. Nor as eloquent. We can never really know another person, except by our first glance at him. Because, in that glance, we know everything. Even though we’re not always wise enough to unravel the knowledge.”

The celebrity I would love to cook for is... Liam Neeson.  Not only do I admire his acting (and his accent!), but he comes across as intelligent with lots of experiences and I think he would make a great dinner guest to swap stories with at the table. #TKeveryday

Liam Neeson's Biggest Fear as a Single Father: "Drugs--It's a Virus"

The celebrity I would love to cook for is... Liam Neeson. Not only do I admire his acting (and his accent!), but he comes across as intelligent with lots of experiences and I think he would make a great dinner guest to swap stories with at the table. #TKeveryday

thatdudeemu:  cuntycuntycunty:  daddy  that shirt those glasses clean as fuck though

thatdudeemu: cuntycuntycunty: daddy that shirt those glasses clean as fuck though

Natalie Wood and Orson Welles in Tomorrow Is Forever (1946) ......one of my very favorite movies(sometimes the older movies are so much better than the newer movies!!!   Newer movies are just boring to me, ha!

Natalie Wood and Orson Welles in Tomorrow Is Forever (1946) ......one of my very favorite movies(sometimes the older movies are so much better than the newer movies!!! Newer movies are just boring to me, ha!

<strong>1929: Emil Jannings - <i>The Last Command</i> and <i>The Way of All Flesh</i></strong>

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<strong>1929: Emil Jannings - <i>The Last Command</i> and <i>The Way of All Flesh</i></strong>

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