OKAY, JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT
Getting ahead of myself in these postings. I used to have a great crush on Ava, specially as she appeared in her role in the film based on Hemingway's short story, "Snows of Kilimanjoro," and in "The Barefoot Countessa". She was a real broad, a real dame, and when I read her autobiography that she was a dame came through loud and clear. And I really liked that. Even as she got older, her dameness shone through the prose. She wasn't afraid of aging and let it all hang out, joking about a hot day in Europe, I think, and having to sit down under a tree because she and her female companion ran out of breath just trying to walk across a field, and she shaded that with thoughts about the beauty she once was, and she had a good laugh.
EVIL SEES AS EVIL DOES
Speaking of hot women: it probably needs a woman to take George out to the woodshed, so read what Madeleine Albright has to say about George seeing the world in black and white, good versus evil. Go you girl!
Read Albright in LA Times