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Matthew Garger was an old class mate of mine, but I didn't know him that well, but he was very nice and always stopped to say hi and chat.
My partner Rick is from Seattle, and we live in a small town called Richland. Richland is about 2 hours away from SEA. I'm a flight attendant for a major airline based in SEA, and Rick is a local law enforcement officer. We have a home with a big back yard and three dogs. WE have three english sheep dogs, AnnaBelle,
Grisella, and Ralp. (All fixed and neutered!) We're also going to expect our first child next year sometimes as well.
We both love bowling, reading, sci fi,
looney tunes,cooking,family and our friends. We love meeting new folk from all over as well.
Still the Man!
Walt Disney was a genius! He really knew what he was doing when he made all those fantastic films. I met Mr. Disney when I was about 8 years old as my father worked at Disney Studios as an animator. Mr. Disney, Or UNCLE WALT is what he preferred, was very nice, warm, friendly, and above all the nicest man I have ever met.
Disney has achieved many great things even after his death in 1967, it just goes to show that as Walt once said,"As long as their is imagination".... which proves the heart of Disney films today still lives. Walt was very strict in a lot of things, and demanded the best, but in the end, Walt was very thankful to his staff for doing a great job. As a child, I was fascinated by his ability to create such wonderful stories, films, and shows. Every Sunday night, we would gather round our new color TV and watch Walt Disney.
Later in years, I never dreamed that I would be selected as a cast member of Kids of the Kingdom, a musical ensemble in Disneyland. It was a fun time, and really loved performing. what most people don't know is, the Disney Family had an apartment in Main Street USA.
Disney today is still magical as my own kids just love the classics I grew up with. ONe of his all time great classics was Mary Poppins. Still one of my favorites.
Walt's spirit lives on in all of us. As he once said, "It's kind of fun to do the impossible!" Thanks Walt.
TITANIC in it's time was the Ship of Dreams. She was big, beautiful, and luxurious. When James Cameron made this film, he did a very good job however, there were some things that were just not accurate in the history of the Titanic. One scene is where there is an Officer of the ship who salutes his comrade, and shoots himself in the head. That never happened. However, the order that was given women and children first was accurate for sure.
The other scene is where Capt. Smith goes into the bridge house while it's under water, and truth is, he disappeared. No one seems to know what happened to him during Titanic's final moments.
Cameron did an excellent job in selecting a superb cast of characters. Decaprio and Winseltt were just amazing as Jack and Rose. You can feel their passion and desire as they learn about each other. These two characters were flawless, believable, and kept the film going forward for the most part. Kathy Bates as Molly Brown was awesome. She portrayed her very well. The character was very out spoken, told it like it was, and spoke the truth, but yet Brown's mannerisms were more like a rough man rather than a lady.
For the most part, the Titanic itself in the movie was very believable. It was as if you were on the ship itself. I never realized just how big she was, but from what I saw, she must have been a very big ship for sure. Cameron did his homework very well. He must have studied every inch of the Titanic when he went down to look at her. The first class area was very exquisite,and WHite Star Line must have pulled out all the punches to make their passengers feel welcomed.
Everything from the departure in Souhthampton to her final moments was truly horrific but it certainly caught my eye. The effects of the Titanic breaking up was very well done, and accurate. It just holds your attention as the remaining passengers face death when Titanic went down. It was just heart breaking.
This movie was well done, well thought out, and well planned, Everything from the story line to the characters to the special effects was well worth the 10.50 I paid for. TITANIC is the all time movie of 1997. When you do watch it, have a box of Kleenex ready to use! I guarantee you will have to have them.
Out of ten pop corn boxes, this movie gets a + 10!!!