Using my blog to try and make the world a better place. If I can help someone forget their troubles for a few minutes a day, it's all worth it.

1973 (btw, is it just me, or do I look like the first-season Bobby Brady in this pic?????):

1973 (btw, is it just me, or do I look like the first-season Bobby Brady in this pic?????):
I watch the ripples change their size, but never leave the stream of warm impermanent sand. So the days flow through my eyes but still the days seem the same. And these children that you spit on as they try to change their world are immune to your consultations. They're quite aware of what they're going through.

Monday, September 12, 2011

The Deep:

I bought this in the Summer of '77. Never read past the first chapter, after the shipwreck and the guy who's walking his dog finds the dead captain on the beach under a plank of wood or a board or something like that. I tried to force myself to, but after that it just didn't hold my interest; but then I guess not many 9-year-olds could've made it past that first chapter, it seemed to really drag after that. The cover said it was "terrifying", but I wouldn't say so. On a side-note, I have to say that Mr. Benchley sure seemed to have a "thing" for leggy chicks on the cover of his books..

4 comments:

teri said...

the movie was pretty good. didn't read the book.

joe said...

Louis Gossett's character was totally unpleasant

preoccupied with 19 19 1975 said...

Missed the book, but the movie showed a young-ish Jacqueline Bisset underwater in a thin white clingy T-shirt and a bikini bottom ... which was more than iconic enough for me!

joe said...

Nick Nolte hasn't aged well. I'm not sure about Jacqueline

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