Great photos, Ken! Jack Lord's hair looks more natural than I remember on TV.
I was hoping for shots of local "fauna". All I see is a bunch of khaki-assed haoles. Let's see a girl in a 1971 bikini, even if you use a stock photo.
Let the readers rant! Your there.
Also, didn't know there was a big radio ap. I'll download right away.
I see Earl trying to steal some beach chairs!
All these wonderful pictures, and I have a question about the tiniest one: Your favicon.What's going on there? Is it a teeny representation of the Must Kill TV cover?
Nice - especially the ocean shots.
Ken,Today in NJ I woke up to 9 inches of snow & 6 degree temps. I hate you.
Sorry to be so dense, but I don't get the wicked witch reference. Is it a Roseanne Barr joke?
Johnny Walker…that's exactly what it is! 15x15 really lets the detail shine, doesn't it?
Walt Disney in Hawaii? Wouldn't it be too difficult to keep him from thawing out? I don't think he'd want to come back all melty looking. Mickey would never stop screaming.I thought Uncle Walt was in Colorado, inside that NORAD mountain, inside a really big avocado green 1968 Frigidaire.
OT, Ken, Re: Your feelings about Zach Braff's Kickstarter. There's an article on nbcnews.com right now about pissed off "backers" now that the movie has a financial future.
The image is of Natsume Soseki, a famous Japanese novelist. Pretty cool that the Japanese have novelists on their money. We have politicians.
Not sure if this is a Friday question, but regarding JoeBobFrank's question about his son's Good Wife pitch, I wanted to suggest Mr. BobFrank drop me a note via Linked In (there are many Kate Powers on Linked In, but it should be pretty obvious which one he's looking for.)I can't make any promises, but I can at least make some inquires.
Awesome! And the "Magnum P.I." beach bar exterior set was most of the time filmed at the Waialae Beach Park (with that nice bridge you mentioned) as well as (for season 5) the Kahala Hilton itself (there's a plague about that somewhere). Enjoy and Mahalo for the pictures & stories!
That's gotta be Walt's wheels. It's so Mickey Mouse.
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