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TallOrder88

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Older Dick Cavett shows, interviews, that inspire us today
« on: June 14, 2020, 09:15:41 pm »
Older Dick Cavett show interviews that inspire us even today

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Older Dick Cavett shows that inspire some of us even today, seeing actors, athletes and more, while in prime, and hearing them talk, and share what inspired them during their peak years.

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Add your own moment if you so chose, or just sit back and read, and I'll message your feet for you with endless material.

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Mike Tyson, during their athletic prime years, made so much sense here in this interview with Dick Cavett

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gzkB6sY2hk

At 4:20 seconds into interview, Tyson asked about 'fear', and his answer is so 'Kung Fu'.

It's something we could all learn, it's 'eternal'.

Is why I say you don't have to always turn to ancient Jews in the bible for wisdom, in that if God really does exists, than God, at moments, reflects inside of people even today, at chosen moments.

Listen and learn, particularly you older types.

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Marlon Brando on the Dick Cavett  show

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcCKczj4aK4

Marlon Brando, even though long deceased, is now one of my favorite actors, they guy was very handsome, and also just out and right odd.

It's like he was a ugly person born in a very handsome body and face, and it's like he resented it.

Hard to find masculine looking actors like him today, I don't think such actors are even sought out anymore, but although he looked masculine, his inner self was very 'spacey'...that part of him for sure would fit in with todays world.

He was kind of ahead of his time in that way.


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Ali talks about Vietnam and why he refused to go there

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxuqSzE2mB0