"I always appreciated the manliness of Robin's chest.
He was a complex man. I think of his role in Bicentennial Man, how his humanity came through in that mechanical man he portrayed. That movie, and others, will be much more poignant now."
"It's his own personal discomfort level, unfortunately. I'm LDS, live in Salt Lake. And General Authorities (the upper leadership) attend and sometimes are invited to speak at services of other faiths here. They have made it a strong point…"
"This time of year reminds me of a great outdoor concert my wife and I attended several years back, of the Utah Symphony performing Tchaikovsky's 1812 up in Deer Valley, complete with an array of live cannons. That was spectacular."
"Of the ones mentioned already, here's what usually gets me:
We Were Soldiers
For the Love of the Game
Field of Dreams
I'll add these as well:
Trouble With the Curve
and the new 47 Ronin"
Scott, I was interested to see your profile information. I have my MM in organ performance. It is so rare nowadays to know that any one plays classical organ. I put online a recital I did many years ago. If you are interested I'll send you the link.