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The quiet Canadian spymaster that inspired James Bond

TORONTO – One of the world’s greatest spies was an operative for England with an affinity for martinis, a suave rapport with elite power players, and an uncanny ability to infiltrate and eliminate threats. 1,217 more words


8 Awesome Heroes that History Forgot All About

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Joseph Warren

Dr. Joseph Warren was a huge part behind the American Revolution. Not only did he write many of the documents that would help serve as blueprints to the American government, but he fought in many of the war’s early battles including the Battles of Concord and Lexington. 581 more words

'Room 3603' by H. Montgomery Hyde; Foreword by Ian Fleming

Words by Edward Biddulph

Ian Fleming described him as “one of the great secret agents of the last war”, and a man that “has a magnetic personality and the quality of making anyone ready to follow him to the ends of the earth.” No, not James Bond, but… 908 more words

Between The Covers

What Louis C.K. didn't want you to know about the season premiere of 'Louie'

Is Louis C.K. hoaxing us?

By now, you’ve probably watched “Back,” the season premiere of Louie. (And if you haven’t, go watch it before we spoil things for you.) And you know that the highlight of the episode is the frank, funny discussion about masturbation that Louie shares with other comedians, including Sarah Silverman, Rick Crom, Nick DiPaolo, Jim Norton, and William Stephenson, at a poker table. 737 more words


007’s Canadian connections

OTTAWA — The opening of the gritty James Bond classic From Russia With Love features a big Canadian flag — the old Red Ensign — opposite the communist banner of Czechoslovakia. 1,132 more words


Rogue Warrior
Watercolor and graphite on paper

A Man Called Intrepid
Watercolor and graphite on paper


Desperate Deception-Lying Government and its Media Puppets, the Prequel

Desperate Deception by Thomas Mahl

Churchill, fearing Britain was on the losing end of the WW II stick, knew they would be  home free with the US in the war.  583 more words