Wednesday, November 13, 2013

A Joan Rivers plastic surgery retrospective.

In this post: A change of face, a full life.

I don’t know if you’re a fan or not, but here’s a Howdygram retrospective on nearly five decades of Joan Rivers’ plastic surgery. Joan celebrated her 80th birthday in June and I think she looks amazing even if you almost can’t recognize her any more.

Just between us, back in 1988 I think Joan actually looked a lot like Stefanie Powers. Am I crazy? You be the judge.
In other news, there ISN’T any. Zilch. Zip. Zero. Although I’m still feeling uninspired about dinner — pickles & biscuits? braunschweiger? gefilte fish? — it’s almost 6:30 and high time to give this some serious consideration. I’m actually leaning towards pickles & biscuits because it’s been a while and this is one of my all-time favorite deranged entrees. A hot shower comes first, though, because my body temperature is 95° and I’ve been shivering since early afternoon.

As you can see, I’ve got a full and productive evening planned that also will include “People’s Court,” “Top Chef” and a fine classic film. This time it’s One in a Million (1936), a screwy whatnot starring Sonja Henie (the Olympic figure skater), Adolphe Menjou, Jean Hersholt and Don Ameche.
At no additional charge you also get the insane Ritz Brothers (if you’ve never seen the Ritz Brothers in action you’re missing a treat) and Borrah Minevitch and his weird herd of harmonica dudes. (No kidding.) God bless classic Hollywood. They don’t make ’em like this any more.
Thank you for visiting today and have a nice life. Only 14 days left till Hanukkah!

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