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  • JFK and Secret Service Indiscretions

    04/25/2012 11:48:11 AM PDT · by RiverDrifter · 8 replies
    Chicago Tribune ^ | January 18, 2010 | Dawn Turner Trice
    ...................Bolden said he was shocked by how lax Kennedy's security was in D.C. and the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., where he met Robert Kennedy. Bolden said many agents got drunk on duty, womanized and spoke openly of their disdain for the president.........
  • Blair: I wore massive flares and sang Honky Tonk Woman

    03/03/2005 4:39:11 AM PST · by MadIvan · 24 replies · 848+ views
    The Evening Standard ^ | March 3, 2005 | Joe Murphy
    The Prime Minister has always been coy about his early career in rock and roll - and today we found out why.Tony Blair has confessed to serious style crimes in his days as front-man for a student pop band, not least how he shamelessly mimicked Mick Jagger on stage. Mr Blair admitted strutting through renditions of the Rolling Stones' Honky Tonk Woman, one hand on hip and wagging his finger in the Jagger mode. He dressed in "massive flares", exposing four inches of bare midriff under a cropped, hoop-necked T-shirt. And although the venues were only village halls and university...