Ah, I see. poor Dave. Thank you for clarifying. If Vader’s ghost had to be anyone else it would have been nice for McQuarrie, seeing as he was a huge part of SW.
Did he want to be a Force ghost? He was proudest of his work as the Green Cross Code man (which is how I first encountered Mr Prowse).
My parents worked on the principle that one may ask, but as soon as it became whining then it was game over, and you blew any chance of getting whatever it was.
Sorry, but I love this one!
Hang on though, Brad is in mid-workout! Most people honk a bit then. He probably showers etc and does not smell in everyday circumstances.
Ok, this seems like a good time to plug an amazing charity: ORBIS, the flying eye hospital. They operate a MD10 plane which is kitted out as a teaching hospital for eye surgery. Almost everything is run by volunteers, their office is a tiny room in a cheap building. The plane flies to various countries, and people flock to them for treatment. ORBIS not only operates, but teaches local doctors and nurses etc how to perform the ops and treatments, then supports them with clinics and equipment. 90% plus of world blindness is avoidable and they try to help. We have always supported them, but after Himself needed urgent cataract surgery (he naturally had to have unusual cataracts that meant he would have been blind within six months) and his discovery of a whole new world once his eyes had been done, we have supported them even more in gratitude that our home country has plenty of eye facilities and surgeons.
Good luck with the cataract surgery. Take care afterwards, and I am sure that you will be thrilled with the results!
Amen to that.
I think the point is meant to be is that if kids adhered to a reasonable standard of behaviour then a lot more actual teaching/learning could happen. After all, once these young persons start work that sort of behaviour won’t be tolerated (well, not in most work situations anyway!)