Six decades of James Bond 007 posters

1962: Dr. No

1963: From Russia With Love

1964: Goldfinger

1965: Thunderball

1967: You Only Live Twice

1969: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

1971: Diamond Are Forever

1973: Live And Let Die

1974: The Man With The Golden Gun

1977: The Spy Who Loved Me

1979: Moonraker

1981: For Your Eyes Only

1983: Octopussy

1985: A View To A Kill

1987: The Living Daylights

1989: License To Kill

1995: Golden Eye

1997: Tomorrow Never Dies

1999: The World Is Not Enough

2002: Die Another Day

2006: Casino Royale

2008: Quantum Of Solace

2012: Skyfall

2015: Spectre

2020: No Time To Die

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It was so easy to get used to Daniel Craig playing Bond. I love them all and really hate it when they go :frowning:

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Bond posters got ‘woke’ in 2012?


Just in case you want to see how the other half lives . . . tour the Quantum of Solace.

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I can’t watch that guy … or I feel compelled to punch him lol :smiley:

On another note … 60 mil and green pool water? Green???

I’m taking it that it’s some fancy 300k colored liner, but green water will never be sexy and appealing. It doesn’t look opulent … it looks like a chemical imbalance :wink:

Yeah, I don’t know what’s up with the green water.

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Yeah, I couldn’t make it through more than two minutes of watching that guy. He reminded me of a real-life version of Ali G, the Sacha Baron Cohen character.

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I suppose my fascination with the $60 million dollar yacht was greater than my annoyance at the host.

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You know, I honestly don’t think I’d want a yacht, let alone one that cost $60 million. The older I get, the more I realize that it’s the little things that make me the happiest and that lots of possessions, at some point, become a burden to be carried. I already have too many possession and most of them are just there, neglected and gathering dust.

I think if I owned a $60 million dollar toy, I’d sell it and do something more meaningful with the money than impressing guests, serving champaign, and playing in a pool on a boat.


I don’t know … I’ve never had $60M, never will, but let’s say I had more money than I can count, that I can spend $60M and still have countless millions to spare – I just might do it (well, because I can).

Isn’t it great to be able to blabber about it?

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Two or three weeks ago, Warren Buffet gave away $3.6 billion dollars to various non-profits and charities. Last summer, he gave away $3.4 billion. In total, this article says he’s donated around $38 billion and intends to give 99% of his $87 billion fortune to charitable foundations.

He still lives in a house he bought in the 1950s in Omaha, Nebraska.

This impresses me far more than anyone with a $60 million yacht.


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