Statements of Insincerity Made In 2 Different Time Periods: One In The Movies and The Other In Real Life

October 26, 2017 at 3:51 pm (Commentary, Culture, Movies, News) (, )

Statements of Insincerity Made In 2 Different Time Periods: One In The Movies and The Other In Real Life

Captain Louis Renault (in the 1942 movie Casablanca): I am shocked- shocked to find that gambling is going on in here (Rick’s Cafe)…

Matt Damon (in real life in 2017): I am shocked- shocked to find that Harvey Weinstein is a sexual predator.

(An echo that sounds much like the voice of actor George Clooney echoes that statement)

8 Comments

  1. janowrite said,

    So true.

  2. Adnama72Blog said,

    Are you back? If So Welcome back, you have been Missed by Orvillewrong and myself, and I hope by other followers. Hope you’ve had a good break, and feeling Refreshed. 💖

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I’m back temporarily.

      I thought I’d write a poem for what would have been my dad’s 90th birthday tomorrow.

      He died 7 years ago from cancer (not so much from the cancer but from the lousy health care system that the then idiot Premier Ed Stelmach presided over from which my dad wasn’t able to get treatment in time) and I really haven’t recovered from his death.

      • Adnama72Blog said,

        That is a lovely tribute, sorry to hear how you lost him.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thanks.

        Yes, I’ll publish that poem tomorrow October 27th.

      • Adnama72Blog said,

        You, are Welcome. (((Hugs)))

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