The Legendary Roger Moore Story At Nice Airport You Need To Hear [Roundup]

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  1. Always good to find a well known person who isn’t so full of themselves that they are impossible to be around. Fame can be fleeting, but people remember who is decent–and they usually like themselves better too!

  2. With clear conditions and the desired wind direction, landing at NCE makes the aisle-seat lover want a window seat.

  3. That belt is genius for not waking oneself from a wayward head! Should’ve explained to and asked the passenger behind though.

  4. Roger Moore, a very underrated Bond. Sure his movies were campy, but they were also playful and fun, and during the height of the cold war no less. Of course his movies now also trigger sensitivity mobs, but that’s just a bonus.

  5. Even more reasons to avoid American Airlines. I don’t blame the police as they were just doing their job. I hope she gets her lawsuit money before AA goes bankrupt once again and has to be bought out by JetBlue.

  6. I hope the belt was an extra one otherwise emergency exiting may be complicated by having to hold up pants.

  7. Met Sir Roger at two of his NYC book signings. Very nice man, despite the very long line of people waiting to get their books signed, he took the time to say hi, answer a Bond question and offer a thanks for buying his book. First time I was ever really starstruck was at his signings.

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