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TORONTO SUN: TIFF 2014 - Robert Downey Jr. interview

"Robert Downey Jr. is a man who has seen the shadow of death and lived. Not just to talk about it, but to do something creative with the experience. So, with the debut of The Judge as the opening night Gala at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 4, with the debut of his first daughter coming in November, with a skein of other amazing things happening for him from the continuing adventures of Iron Man to on-going work for a new Sherlock Holmes sequel, these are the best of times."

[read full interview here]

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…did they even told george they were all using black? lol

Kissed by the Baddest Bidder: What dog are they?

These are my personal opinions. I researched some to make sure they fit the personalities of the men. I wrote the man, the dog breed and then why :) Hope you enjoy! Share your thoughts :D

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Baba Mitsunari: Golden Retriever

Goldies are one of the most popular dog breeds. They excel at retrieving game for hunters, tracking, sniffing out drugs, and as therapy and assistance dogs. It’s all good with the Golden: he’s highly intelligent, sociable, beautiful, and loyal.

 

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Ota Kisaki: Beagle

Beagles are gentle, sweet, and funny. They will make you laugh, but that’s when they’re not making you cry because of their often naughty behavior. Beagle people spend a lot of time trying to outthink their dogs. Although they are loving and gentle, Beagles can have an independent, stubborn streak

 

 

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Mamoru Kishi: Bullmastiff

The Bullmastiff is a calm, low-energy dog—it’s even known to be a lazy dog, clearly OK with lying on the sofa. However, because he is such a large dog, obesity can be a concern. Mastiffs can be firm and fearless family guardians. While standoffish toward strangers he’s got a soft spot for his loved ones.

 

 

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Eisuke Ichinomiya: Poodle

Elegant. Proud. Clever. Poodles are impressive dogs, as many are best-in-show winners. These are real dogs bred to do real jobs. Also they are people-friendly dogs who want to stay close to their families. Though they get lonely when left by themselves for long periods — but, are always up for a good game.

 

 

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Soryu Oh: Great Dane

A Great Dane is sleek and elegant with a gentle soul. However, his size and his power bark will scare the wits out of most people. Anyone who owns one of these dogs eventually understands that while you may be used to his awesome size, others usually need a little time to get there. He also has an athletic, muscular body.

 

 

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Inui Ryosuke: Samoyed

The well-bred Samoyed is an intelligent, gentle, and loyal dog. He is friendly and affectionate with his family, including the children, and thrives on being part of household activity.

The Samoyed is not a “lone wolf” dog — he enjoys close association and is mentally and physically unsuited for being left alone. His loyalty and alertness often make for a good watchdog.

Oh look, a colored picture of Tiff! In case you ever wanted to know what her alien colors looked like. It’s pretty similar to her human colors, since she can’t really change the pigment of anything, just the shape. ))

I’ve scored tickets to the TIFF special screening of Pride (I understand Andrew Scott will be there)!  I’m so looking forward to this, I can’t even tell you.  Couldn’t manage Imitation Game tickets, but hey…

silentauroriamthereal queersherlockian thebrownette incredifishface  amphigoricsymphony (I’m bragging.  Totally bragging.  Also now quite poor as I offered to take a close friend for his birthday)

EDIT: Sorry to have missed tagging you, Symphony!

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