Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Harold reached the ripe old age of 100 and suddenly stopped going to church. Worried by Harold’s absence, his minister went to visit him. He found Harold in good health, so he asked, “Why, after all these years, don’t you ever come to church anymore?”
Harold looked around and lowered his voice. “You see,” he said, “when I got to be 85, I expected God to take me any day. But then I got to be 90, then 95, then 100. So I figured that God is busy and must have forgotten about me—and I don’t want to remind him!”
How many vodka martinis were among the 317 drinks James Bond consumed in Ian Fleming’s novels and short stories about Agent 007?
Only 19. The vodka martini may have been his favorite but it was far from his most frequent tipple. Bond’s drink count included whisky, 101 times; bourbon, 58; scotch, 38; sake, 35; and Champagne, 30.
The O.C. was a teen soap set in wealthy Newport Beach, in Southern California. Characters on The O.C. watched The Valley, a teen soap also set in a wealthy area of Southern California. The lead actor on The Valley is in his late 20s and plays a 16-year-old (just like his O.C. counterpart, Ben McKenzie), and two actors from The Valley, the ingenue and the nerd, are said to date in real life—just like O.C. stars Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody did at the time.
What time did the 1998 sitcom Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central) air? Guess.