“I’ve written more than one set of wedding vows, but the vows for Booth and Brennan in Bones
are my favorite because they were steeped in years and years of history
and both actors thrummed with that energy. Booth’s face as he watches
Brennan state that she has caught him gazing at her over the years when
he thought she wasn’t looking, well, you don’t actually write that stuff
but you get credit for it.” - Hart Hanson (x)
10 Reasons To Carefully Consider Drinking More Single Malt Whisky
1. Whisky contains 0% fat – so that is one less thing to worry about.
2. Whisky is low in carbohydrates.
3. Dr. David J. Hanson of State University of New York research indicated that people who drink one or two alcoholic drinks a day have a 50 percent lower chance of having a stroke or developing dementia at an older age.
4. In 2005, Dr. Jim Swan, speaking at the EuroMedLab conference in Glasgow, found that single malt whiskies have more elegiac acid than red wine. The elegiac acid is an antioxidant that is thought to absorb rogue cancer cells in the body.
5. Sore throat – whisky is an antiseptic that can help sooth sore throats.
6. Whisky has historically been used as a digestif after a large meal.
7. Single malt whisky contains no nasty preservatives and will last 100 years in a sealed bottle.
8. Whisky is not just in the domain of men. Elizabeth Bessie Williamson is credited with establishing, ‘Laphroaig’ as one of the earliest single malts in the American market. From 1961 to 1964 and she toured the US representing Islay whisky to buyers and distributors.
9. Whisky has been around for at least 519 years – the earliest documented record of distilling in Scotland occurred in 1494, in the tax records of the day. The Exchequer Rolls, list, ‘eight bolls of malt to Friar John Cor where to make aqua vitae’.
10. Single malt whiskies come in a huge range of characters and flavours – profiles include: smoky, tobacco, medicinal, sherry, spicy, malty, nutty, honey, sweet, fruit and floral.
I can’t tell you how different that David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel are from each other as human beings, but they have this, onscreen they have this remarkable sexual chemistry, offscreen they are so sibling like that its a little creepy to watch them go back and forth.
Hart Hanson - Keeping the Romance Alive: Falling In Love on TV (2016)
Do you love robots? Phil is one and he looks very humanlike. You will find out about his AI only by looking at the back of his head where you can see all those wires and mechanics who bring his actions and reactions to you to live.