I realized after my last post, my family is a victim of Social Media that was controlled by outsiders who bought our Families Creative Legacy. This opened the door to sociopaths like Patricia Hanson who got her kicks bonding with bad-ass men. She had a son by a Black Panther whose sisters were friends of Angela Davis. Breaking Bad is fiction, while my family history is not. I felt I could draw on life experiences in authoring my own Bond book, and movie script. Being kin to Fleming via Liz Taylor gives me real permission.
Of all the characters in my family I enjoyed the most, my grandson, Tyler, is my favorite. He had his Bad Period. I can not say I am glad his badness is behind him. We had few boring moments together. In the top photo he is doing his teeny-tinsy-weeny ditty.
I know why my grandson had behavior problems. He ended up with two mothers, and one of them was a psycho who couldn’t believe I had the guts to throw her out of my home, and not allow her to run her passive-aggressive victim game on me. I suspect she knew she was pregnant, and went to sleep with her Ex-Con so they can invent a Long Con on me. They were going after the Rosamond Money!
Bill Cornwell’s father came from Texas to meet my daughter, and grandson, because, Bill could not conceive a child. He was an ex-Drill Sargent and cop. He was a leading Tea Party freak who considered Bill’s disabled mother to be a parasite. Patrice blessed the Cornwell team, and gave them permission to take my grandson from me. Patrice’s mother was very mentally ill, and her husband was a Gypsy. I suspect his wife was too. Aunt Linda was consulted about how to get their hands on the half million dollars our Uncle Vinnie left ten members of our family. I knew a Gypsy family who sold their thirteen year old daughter to a twenty-five year old man. This is how they are. Family members are – assets!
I and my angel worked had to drive out the destructive spirits – that family gave a home to – that attacked Tyler! They did not get my grandson! He is free, of……….
The Dark Daughter.
How much of your soul did The Dark Daughters get? Show me!
You can contact me anytime Tyler.
Back in August, Danny Boyle dropped out of directing Bond 25 over “creative differences,” with those differences not getting clarified and Cary Fukunaga eventually coming along to replace him, but apparently the whole experience was bad enough to sour Boyle on all franchise movies. Speaking with Metro, Boyle says working on Bond 25 taught him that he’s “not cut out” for franchise movies because you just end up “digging in the same hole.” He also explained that part of the reason he left is that he didn’t want to work with anyone but his usual writers, specifically John Hodges. The studio apparently wanted to bring in someone else, and Boyle didn’t like that, so he just left the project entirely and decided not to do any more franchise movies.
Of course, it’s worth pointing out that this is hardly some big loss for franchise films. Boyle doesn’t really make sequels, save for his own T2 Trainspotting (remember when that happened?), which is why it was such a big deal that he was making a James Bond movie. Now, having sworn off franchise movies, he’ll just… keep doing what he’s been doing for his entire career. Hopefully this still means he can do a sequel to Yesterday, though, where more iconic musical groups get erased from existence.