Here’s a confession: I’m in love with a man. What? I’m in love with a man… a man called God. Does that make me gay? Am I gay for God? You betcha.
"He was too old for me, he’d had three wives, he drank, he was an actor and he was goyim," Bacall wrote in her autobiography of her prime passion. All that meant nothing to the slinky 19-year-old model who met the 44-year-old star while filming To Have and Have Not. They wed in 1945 (Bogie coolly muttered "hello, baby" at the end of the ceremony), and the two embarked on several delirious years running late with the Hollywood Rat Pack, saving time for two children. "Bogie and I were ridiculous, holding hands like teenagers….we mooned and swooned, we really loved," Bacall has said. The honeymoon ended in January 1957 when Bogart died of cancer. Wrote Bacall: "No one has written a romance better than we lived it." —People magazine
“Philipp Lahm is the best spoken German pro in decades. Reporters love him because if they only get him for just two sentences or three phrases, they can just about always use every word. He’s such a far cry from the typical pro; he offers up intelligent, grammatically correct, useful, thoughtful full sentences - while still sweating and waiting for his pulse to return to normal after the final whistle. He does analyze and most often offers up accurate, sincere critique. Lahm is just about always a coach’s favorite player. Reliable, consistent, always fit. But also truly smart.”