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November 9th is the day pencilled in the diaries of women fawning for a hunky man in borderline acceptable tight speedos as Bond, James Bond, returns to the screen for the release of the 752nd James Bond film. We know there’s not that many but the it kind of feels that way sometimes.

So in anticipation of massive explosions, clichéd cuff-link fixing and, the  bedding of some beautiful women we’re going to post a fact a day courtesy of Time magazine until a) we get bored and stop or b) we get loads of emails from people telling us they’re bored with it and we stop.

For the time being you can enjoy lapping up the Bond goodness and remember that knowing a lot of random stuff about James Bond will impress women as much as if not more than a tailored suit, rock hard abs, and an Aston Martin DB9. You’ve been warned.

Goldfinger Is Played by Two Different Actors

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It’s not too unusual for actors to claim they have skills they don’t, figuring they can always learn to ride a horse, shoot a gun or dance the tango if the need arises. But in the case of Goldfinger, a white lie of that variety landed the German actor Gert Fröbe without a voice. When he was approached to play the titular villain, his agent confirmed to the Bond producers that Fröbe spoke English. But as Roger Moore tells it in his book Bond on Bond, Fröbe’s vocabulary was limited to “How do you do? I am very pleased to be here.” The actor Michael Collins ended up voicing all of Goldfinger’s lines, which were then dubbed over Fröbe’s performance.

It Beats Looking At Mark Zuckerberg’s Face Anyway

I know what you’re thinking; lucky kid. Hard to argue with it but you gotta admit, it looks pretty weird and I’m not really sure of the benefits of breastfeeding a child whose face is old enough to convey a message that says ”I know I shouldn’t be doing this”

He actually looks pretty guilty judging by the latest front cover of Time magazine.

Joanne Beauregard practices what is called attachment parenting meaning:

– “Baby wearing,” or carrying your child in a sling for most of their daytime moments.
– Co-sleeping in the family bed.
– Extended breastfeeding until the child self-weans. This can mean years. If there is a new baby in the house, both children are breastfed in a process called tandem nursing.

I don’t really have an opinion on this other than I think the child will become overly attached to the parent and who can blame him when she looks like that.

Let us know what you think of this.