Today Ken Cannon went with two of our boys to see the new James Bond movie. When they returned home, I asked how they liked it.
BOY: We liked it, but Dad didn't.
BOY: He thought it strained credibility.
How can you not love a man who, after watching James Bond movies his whole life, gave this one a thumbs down because it wasn't believable?
This reminds me of when I went to see the first Mission Impossible movie with the Coach, who watched quietly until that part where Tom Cruise is sort of flying in front of the train. That's when the Coach snorted and said loud enough for many to hear, "Oh, right. Like THAT could happen."
Because you know. The rest of that movie did not strain credibility.