~Summer Wine~ posted:

What kind of cakes? 🤔 

 

moonie you have done a great job, they should give you honorary park ranger status  

Aww, fankoo Sweet 

Yogi19 posted:
~Summer Wine~ posted:

What kind of cakes? 🤔 

 

moonie you have done a great job, they should give you honorary park ranger status  

Danish pastries  

 

Goodnight and sweet dreams, Moonie, Summer and Velvet

 Night owl hug for Ros 

Mine was lovely 

 

 

Nighty nite, sleep well, sweet dream everyone. See you tomorrow  

Good morning everyone

 

Similar weather here as for Squiggle, very overcast here and yesterday was thoroughly damp.

 

Well done Queens Park Ranger Moonie

 

An article about a survey on people who don't use the internet. Virtually everyone under 50, but the proportion reduces by about 2% for each year over 50.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-49607061

 

I hope everyone has a good day

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Hope so my lovely      

velvet donkey posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Hope so my lovely      

 

Good morning everyone

 

Very cloudy here at present and could get a bit of rain this morning. May get a bit of sunshine later in the afternoon. Friday onwards seems to be generally good weather.

 

Yogi, I hope you have a good time with the tiddlers today and overnight

 

I hope everyone has a good day

I'm not watching or intend to see either a TV series which started last Friday on BBC One called Scarborough or a British film released on the same day in cinemas also called Scarborough. The only connection between them is that they are set in Scarbotough. Just a strange coincidence.

 

And I don't think the actor Adrian Scarborough is in either

Morning Velvet That song and others by Simon & Garfunkel used brilliantly in the film The Graduate (1967). Not a particularly likeable film but one of the most important films in American film history as it's the film which moves Hollywood from the light romantic comedies of Doris Day to a more cynical era. She had been wanted by Mike Nicholls to play Mrs Robinson but declined - she made only 3 further films shortly after The Graduate was released and then gave up and did some television work.

It's the final scene of The Graduate which is the standout:

The final scene of a 1933 Katherine Hepburn film called Morning Glory:

Although very different films and from different eras they both show the turbulent emotions going on within a very short time,

Both Dustin Hoffman and Katherine Hepburn won Oscars as best actor/actress for the above films. Katherine Ross was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role but didn't win.

 

In Kathering Hepburn's Morning Glory (in which she plays an aspiring stage actress), another memorable scene is where she is at a party, has had too much to drink, and then to try to impress others does an impromptu Juliet reciting quite a few of her lines from Romeo and Juilet.

 

Oh, and Katherine Ross's middle name just happens to be Juliet.

El Loro posted:

Summer will be interested to know that what was the "True Movies" channel is now showing Christmas films for ther rest of the year. Details of this and the channel numbers:
https://www.radiotimes.com/new...9-10/christmas-sony/

 

For Freeview viewers this is channel 50 and only some transmitters supply that channel.

Did someone say Christmas?!  

i will tune in here & there but my favourite is when Movies24 turns into Christmas24, usually sometime in October  

Evening all btw *night owls* I hope you each had a good day I’ve had a very busy one, which includes volunteering at our regular charity, a late lunch & charity shop mooching with my mum, spontaneous berry picking with a friend and cooking a Thai green curry before having a fabulous bath! No wonder time flies  

 

El Loro posted:

Both Dustin Hoffman and Katherine Hepburn won Oscars as best actor/actress for the above films. Katherine Ross was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role but didn't win.

 

In Kathering Hepburn's Morning Glory (in which she plays an aspiring stage actress), another memorable scene is where she is at a party, has had too much to drink, and then to try to impress others does an impromptu Juliet reciting quite a few of her lines from Romeo and Juilet.

 

Oh, and Katherine Ross's middle name just happens to be Juliet.

love all this information and knowledge EL

Good mornng everyone

 

Same weather here as for Squiggle, rather grey. Probably will brighten up and for forecast is for reasonably sunny and dry days for some time.

 

Ros, one day you could be on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, are on the final question which is "what is Katherine Ross's middle name" and you would remember it

 

Summer, you had a full day

 

Yogi, I hope you and the tiddlers are having a good time

 

I hope everyone has a good day

Important scientific discovery in astronomy:

Astronomers have for the first time discovered water in the atmosphere of a planet orbiting within the habitable zone of a distant star.

The finding makes the world - which is called K2-18b - a plausible candidate in the search for alien life.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/sci...environment-49648746

 

It's 111 light years away so, outside science fiction, too far away to go there.

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