"Americans used to say where there's a will, there's a way. Nowadays, it's where there's a pill, there's a way out." - - Burnt Toast

The Skins

This is an actress named Lily Collins and she played the small part of the daughter in The Blind Side, which is a favorite movie of mine for many reasons that I will not discuss.

Let's just say that besides the interesting and true story of a wealthy white family taking in a young, destitute, black teenager to raise him as their own totally destroys the common myth and misconception of the South as a hang 'em high lynch mob society between blacks and whites. The story also highlights the incredible acting prowess of Sandra Bullock's legbones.  Man, those legs.

If the Iranians could get a hold of her legs they would already have the bomb.  I'm pretty sure that even in her increasing age those legs could split atoms faster than the Large Hadron Collider in Europe.  As a matter of fact, I used to think that Linda Fiorentino had the best legs in Hollywood. . .

. . .but now I'm not so sure.  However, I did love Linda in Jade, a movie widely panned by critics, and have never forgiven Sandra for The Net, which critics and all living and breathing carbon life forms loathe.

And another thing about Sandra is her poor taste in men.  My dear Sandra, come to me.  I will tend to you like a garden of wild jasmine and wormwood blooms, tenderly nuturing your delicate tendrils of. . ....uh,

What was I talking about?

Oh right, Lily Collins.

I did not realize until today that she is the daughter of Phil Collins, the legendary drummer of Genesis, who, incidentally, I never forgave for the song "You Can't Hurry Love" which was an awful throwback remake of The Supremes classic Motown barber shop rebop tune that should have been left well enough alone.

Anyway, that's his daughter up there in all of her beautiful glory.  But I'm wondering. . .where'd she get all that luscious hair?

Phil?  Are you sure she's yours?

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