Thursday, September 27, 2012

A Hum Drum Life Is Still A Life


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I slept a little later than usual this morning for some reason. My mind is still a bit foggy and anything I write while immersed in this dark swirl of non-focus should always be counted as suspect. So, perhaps I should skip over any introductory text beyond what lies here before your eyes in the hope that tomorrow will bring something better.



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Greg Morris

Born September 27, 1933
Death Date: Aug 27, 1996

Francis Gregory Alan "Greg" Morris was an American television and movie actor. Morris began his acting career in the 1960s making guest appearances on many TV shows such as The Twilight Zone and Ben Casey. In 1966, he was cast in his most recognizable role as the electronics expert Barney Collier in the TV series Mission: Impossible.

Jayne Meadows

Born Sept 27, 1920
Age: 91 years old.

Jayne Meadows is an American stage, film and television actress, as well as an author and lecturer. She was a regular panelist on the original version of I've Got a Secret and an occasional panelist on What's My Line?, the latter alongside husband Steve Allen. Meadows is the real-life sister of Audrey Meadows (Alice, on The Honeymooners.)

Born Sept 27, 1934
Age: 77 years old.

Wilford Brimley is an American actor. He has appeared in such films as The China Syndrome, Cocoon, The Thing and The Firm. He had a recurring role on the 1970s television series The Waltons. Brimley has also done television commercials, including advertisements for Quaker Oats and Liberty Medical.

William Conrad

Born Sept 27, 1920
Died: Feb 11, 1994

William Conrad (born John William Cann Jr.) was an American actor, producer, and director whose career spanned five decades in radio, film. and television.

A radio writer and actor, he moved to Hollywood, California, after his World War II service and played a series of character roles in films. beginning with quintessential film noir The Killers (1946). He created the role of Marshall Matt Dillon for popular radio series Gunsmoke (1952–1961) and narrated the television adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (1959–1964) and The Fugitive (1963–1967).

Finding fewer on-screen roles in the 1950s, he changed from actor to producer-director with television work and a series of Warner Bros. films in the 1960s. Conrad found stardom as a detective in TV series Cannon (1971-1976), Nero Wolfe (1981) and in crime drama Jake and the Fatman (1987-1992).


A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.
--Charles Darwin

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