Interesting fact — in the Anglican church you actually get ordained twice. The first is as a deacon, and then about a year later you get the full ordination as a priest.
There are a number of routes to becoming an Anglican priest, depending upon your past experience, education and involvement with the church. I’m figuring Ignatius did the full three-year diploma at Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto, mostly because it’s the one I’m most familiar with, and it’s a really nice campus.
As for the police — had the van been parked on the east side of Duffering it would have fallen under the jurisdiction of 14 division, but its location puts it on the very edge of 11.
And last, but not least — Kim Basinger.
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Mmm, now I want to see 9 1/2 Weeks again. And again.
When my second (and present) wife started dating, this was one of our first date movies. After having read the book.
Do tell, which scene did you end up replicating after the movie was over? 😉
Oh, by the way, the link to these notes is missing from the Notes tab at the top of the page.
Scene? As in singular?
Thanks for the tip on the Notes. Actually it was there, but it was appearing at the top of the list instead of its proper place. I’ve fixed it. I fixed it good.
Ah, Kim Bassinger. Never Say Never Again. And I wouldn’t.
At least Connery’s last Bond film had one of the best Bond women.