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Some More Sunday Night Reading Material

01 Mar

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www.nytimes.com…

Let me know what you think of these articles.

Okay, now this one is quite interesting.  It is from a blog, but it has some interesting tales about the Zaca.  If you go down into the posts, there is banter back and forth about Errol.  Andrea (much like Tina!) comes to his defense.  At the very end there are two posts made on OCTOBER 14, 2009–very eery when I realized this.  Have fun.

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— Kathleen

 
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  1. Anonymous

    March 1, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Hi Kathleen – Sherlook;
    You are wonderful finding all these treasures, what do you do made a profession out of it? Full time job?
    Your two top links are great The one from Paul Picerni is the greatest I laughed so much that tears came to my eyes, in particular regarding the scene which had to be retaken the next day! Hilarious!
    Anyway, about the ZACA link, boy – what an ignorant person who ever this “factorypeasant” is? Again, I could not restrain myself and written a reply to him – here it goes:
    “factorypeasant”
    You certainly do not need to be an Errol Flynn fan or an apologist as you put it, but you certainly will have to be much more deeply acquainted with the life of Mr. Flynn.
    You write that in your opinion he was, a very rotten guy and a notoriously bad drunk. My questions to you – what do you personally know about Mr. Flynn? Did you personally see anything of what you are writing about him? Did you ever meet him? Did you personally know him? If so, than you could say what you are implying in your wondrous reportage. However, if by any chance you are just speaking of hearsay, which at the best times is only misguided human fantasy or a need to feel important, then you should think twice before putting something in writing of which you obviously have no proof of what you are describing.
    Your words can be compared with those few slanderous tabloid writers (the word “author” would be an insult to every legitimate author) who make a living of maligning famous dead people simply due to the fact that they cannot be sued or held responsible for their slanderous creations. You see – “Dead people have no rights!” The law in this case is very faulty it states that only the person themselves is able to proceed with a lawsuit for deformation of name and character. In cases like this, it is very sad that we have not come that far in our evolution to be able to wake up dead people! Yet how convenient for the SNAKES as such to be able to hide behind this very faulty law and the Snakes know this very well and maybe you do too? However, in your case I think it is a lack of knowledge or a folly of youth without investigating the real essence of what sometimes life may have in store for all of us. Throwing stones is such an easy task in particular when one is not on the receiving end. In closing, I would like to quote to you a very famous passage by which Mr. Flynn lived and often recited, “Judge not, lest ye be judged.”
    By the way one more important issue, I would like to make you aware when one uses inappropriate language, which you seem to have a knack and state so freely in your articles, it boils down to a simple fact – a considerable lack of vocabulary, which is the actual cause of swearing! Dignity – dignity my friend always fairs better – yet honey might do it too!
    I did not get into any details of Errol's Zaca story as Andrea did a marvelous job already, it would have been redundant. In addition, Andrea is from my neck of the woods, outside Toronto! I send her a “thank you” reply!
    That's all for today! My gun is always loaded!

     
  2. Anonymous

    March 2, 2010 at 4:40 am

    I just knew you would have the extra ammunition for your gun! What a great reply you left! On Paul P. I would have to say his tale is true and he is still alive to be telling.

     
  3. Anonymous

    March 2, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    I'd have to disagree about Paul's account. Patrice wasn't pregnant in 1951, for starters.
    I think there's a little bit of embellishment in his tale, or what have you.

     
 
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