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The Man Who Knew.
Imagine being in the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 after spending much of your intelligence career chasing Al Qeda. This online only episode of PBS’ Frontline covers one specific 9/11 tragedy, the story of former head of the FBI’s flagship antiterrorism unit in New York City, John O’Neill. For six years O’Neill led the fight to track down and prosecute Al Qaeda operatives throughout the world. But his flamboyant, James Bond style and obsession with Osama bin Laden made him a controversial figure inside the buttoned-down world of the FBI. Just two weeks before Sept. 11, O’Neill left the bureau for a job in the private sector — head of security at the World Trade Center. Story.
I just pulled the trigger on “Con Air” and you’ll just have to live with being peanut butter and jealous.
I like how Chappelle’s character is the way Con Air even takes off and yet they drop him out of the story about 10 mins in. Genius.
Seriously rofflesque times during “Starting Over” (1979). Check Burt’s glance for help. http://twitpic.com/2mz547
Watching “Starting Over” (1979) and wondering why no one ever goes for Mary Kay Place. I’da jumped at it, mama.