RIP to Michael Sarrazin, departed at 70. He’s best known, I suppose, for They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? But I always remember him as The Monster in the scary, if mistitled, 1973 TV-movie Frankenstein: The True Story.
I like this. As my pal Owen observes, it works for fathers, too.
A surprise in the mail yesterday: A copy of my pal Scott Verbout’s book An Asperger Journey: My Lifelong Battle With Autism. You can (& should) check it out (& buy it) here.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Posted by M.V. MOORHEAD at 8:47 AM
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They have the wrong synopsis with the book on Asperger's. That prayer is funny!ReplyDelete
Good grief, leave it to Borders!ReplyDelete