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Charmed & Dangerous wrote:

Nice article, David  ajb007/martini

Thank you, Charmed & Dangerous!  ajb007/smile

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Class Material by David as always  ajb007/martini

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Class Material by David as always  ajb007/martini

Thank you AOS!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Sorry to ask this of you, but do you think you could do an Article on the Novels published after the Wall fell? Death Is Forever especially  ajb007/martini

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Sorry to ask this of you, but do you think you could do an Article on the Novels published after the Wall fell? Death Is Forever especially  ajb007/martini

Certainly, good idea I'll read that and do a write-up for sure! I had a title for that anyhow ("James Bond in the New World Order - A Review of John Gardner's Death is Forever (1992)") but as the first post-Cold War novel that would be very interesting to have a look at!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

I also intend to do articles on all of the other 1990s John Gardner novels as I feel these are very overlooked.  ajb007/martini

I'm open to all suggestions for new topics for articles by the way, so don't be sorry AOS!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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I've just rewritten my last blog article from March 2014. New blog content on the way soon but until then:

http://www.thebondologistblog.blogspot. … ed-me.html

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Superb work & very professionally put together. I shall read in it's entirety when I have more time.

I have added it to 'my favourites' in my browser so I can access quickly.

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stag wrote:

Superb work & very professionally put together. I shall read in it's entirety when I have more time.

I have added it to 'my favourites' in my browser so I can access quickly.

Thank you for your support, stag. Please feel free to leave a comment on any of the articles I've posted on the blog. Your kind words really do mean a lot to me.  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Yes +1, What stag said.  ajb007/martini  very interesting piece.  ajb007/cheers

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Yes +1, What stag said.  ajb007/martini  very interesting piece.  ajb007/cheers

Thank you also TP - much appreciated!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Good to see that your still continuing this  ajb007/smile

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Good to see that your still continuing this  ajb007/smile

Thank you - yes, it's taken me a good while to update the blog but I'm still working at new content.  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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One can now 'like' and join or even comment on The Bondologist Blog on the David Dragonpol Community Author Page on Facebook here:

https://www.facebook.com/daviddragonpol

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Done.  ajb007/martini

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Done.  ajb007/martini

Thank you, TP.  ajb007/smile

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Just out of interest would any members here like to suggest a possible topic for the newly-reconstituted blog? It can be anything James Bond related - a problem in Bondology you would like an answer to, an in-depth study of something that has been overlooked etc.? If so, I'd really love to hear from you in this thread and maybe we can make it happen?  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Blackleiter and I are still waiting for Elvis has left the room  ajb007/smile  ajb007/smile  ajb007/smile

By the way, did I tell you,  I was       "Mad"?

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always shaken wrote:

Blackleiter and I are still waiting for Elvis has left the room  ajb007/smile  ajb007/smile  ajb007/smile

Yes, I really must get that done. I've built everybody's hopes up it seems.  ajb007/lol  ajb007/martini

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any particular fields of interests or themes i.e.
I've often wondered why in his Books Fleming always had very strong women as his Leading characters.
all very modern women who may of had either a physcial ( Minor problem like a broken nose) or a mental
block from an incident that happened long ago ( Tiffany Case in DAF ). Yet for the most part, Especially the
early Films the ladies were bascially damsels in destress, very beautiful and even at times Helpful to Bond,
but in many ways quite old fashioned compared to the women of Fleming's novels.

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I suspect IF was used to strong, independent women in the form of the most significant women in his life, his mother and his wife.

Both of whom spent a lot of their time crapping all over good old Ian.

Which may, or may not, have been the reason for one of his personal proclivities in his, er, "handing" of women....  ajb007/biggrin

James Bond, fantasy Fleming, had neither the problem or the personal preference  ajb007/cool

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Thunderpussy wrote:

any particular fields of interests or themes i.e.
I've often wondered why in his Books Fleming always had very strong women as his Leading characters.
all very modern women who may of had either a physcial ( Minor problem like a broken nose) or a mental
block from an incident that happened long ago ( Tiffany Case in DAF ). Yet for the most part, Especially the
early Films the ladies were bascially damsels in destress, very beautiful and even at times Helpful to Bond,
but in many ways quite old fashioned compared to the women of Fleming's novels.

Yes, that is a very good point indeed, TP. So many idiotic commentators mix the films and the books up or point to Fleming's hatred of women in his habit of making them less than perfect - in fact the literary Bond only finds them all the more endearing.  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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I've just added a personalised 'What is The Bondologist Blog all about?' page to my blog:

http://www.thebondologistblog.blogspot. … -blog.html

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I've always admired your Dedication to the Bondologist Blog  ajb007/martini

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

I've always admired your Dedication to the Bondologist Blog  ajb007/martini

Thanks, AOS. It's sometimes hard to keep writing but there is more new stuff on the way soon. Hopefully something a good bit different too!

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The Bondologist Blog will return with a new article soon. Discuss it on Twitter when it goes live @ #thebondologistblog

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