Some people simply hate men?
Hope that wasn't directed at me.
Myself, I like men. I think every woman should have the chance to meet a good one.
I've met a few myself.
But the world is full of bad ones. To be fair there's no shortage of bad women out there too. Met plenty of those as well.
Of course it was directed at you. I could care less whether you've met men or women, good or bad.
I was not referring to biological. But, that may have gone over your head?
Your comment, for which you doubled down, was inappropriate for a thread honoring a dead person. Like a fart in church or a cell phone going off in a classroom.
I'm not here to make comments against you. But, I will if I have to.
Maybe you'd have had something to say about John Wayne, Steve McQueen or any other dead actor from that period? How about John Kennedy? Ronald Reagan? Martin Luther King? Malcolm X when they died? They were all men too. By which I mean more than just biological.
I gave this the night to marinate and even entertained a thought that you would have had a second thought and edited out your comment. But, I got to see this.
Had you made your original comment in my presence I would have said "shame on you" and asked that you to simply shut your yap (I'm not going to subject myself to be your audience). I'm glad you are not in my presence. I cannot do much about what you type here on the forums.
I believe in free speech. I don't believe it's appropriate in every venue. You could have started a different thread, maybe titled it; "Those who hate Sean Connery post here"?
At least I could avoided reading that one.
I guess you didn't read the last post I offered. I love you too. Add sarcasm now.
My first comment wasn't out of line. I loved his films. I wasn't a fan of the man.
I love Charlton Heston's films too. I likely don't wish to drink a beer with him though. It's because of what he supports. That's my prerogative. I also really love Clint Eastwood's films. But, again, not sure I like the person. I think Mel Gibson is a great actor. I think he sucks as a person. And then there's Tom Cruise, love his films, but he's something of a nutjob.
It's easy to fall in love with the characters, but often the person in real life is not someone we might like. And so I failed to faun all over Sean's passing. And that doesn't make me a bad person. Loved Bond. Personally, I'd rather have Daniel Craig. But I don't really know the person. But he sure looks yummy. I have never dreamed of Sean's Bond, but I have had some really neat dreams of Daniel's Bond. It would suck to find out I didn't care for the actual person (Daniel).
I reeeeeeally like Jason Momoa. Damn, it sucks that he's married.
And I sure like Jason Stratham.
And I have long loved Richard Dean Anderson.
I really miss Neil Pert. But in truth, I know nothing about him other than he's one of the greatest drummers ever to play the drums.
I'm a woman dear. I don't expect you to understand everything I say though.
Wargame, 05% of the time.
Play with Barbies 05% of the time.
Play with Legos 10% of the time.
Build models 20% of the time
Shopping 60% of the time.
Exlains why I buy em more than I play em.