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From Tressugar

There have been countless Bond girls over the years, from Pussy Galore to Mary Goodnight to Strawberry Fields, and the most iconic 007 femme fatale would probably be bikini-clad Ursula Andress, who played Honey Ryder in the first James Bond film, Dr. No, in 1962. See the bodacious ladies who’ve wielded guns, showed off their assets, and bedded Bond for the last 50-plus years!

The Very Best Bond Girls

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From Cracked:

Public Service Announcements are still somehow the best we’ve got for teaching people how not to harm themselves, or at least for educating normal people how dumb people are harming themselves. We asked you to show us what they’d look like inside video games where the world is often actively trying to kill us

Video Game PSAs

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From Cracked.com

That’s because most movies aren’t written that way; the bad guy is just there to create conflict and cool scenes for the hero, regardless of whether there is any logic to it from his own point of view. We’ve already gone over some villains who accidentally saved the day with their own actions. But at least those bad guys screwed up without realizing it. Here are the ones who seem to go out of their way to sabotage their own plans …

Villains Who Screwed Themselves Over

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One of my scheduled posts is to watch the entire James Bond Anthology for the firs time.  I’ve seen most of the Pierce Brosnan ones and the Daniel Craig ones, and only a sprinkle of Sean Connery’s work.  But it doesn’t take a die hard bond fan to appreciate the mash of all the introductions.  Something that perked up my ears is what one Youtube commenter asking for all the shots to be synced together.  A notion I wouldn’t mind either.

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