Great story! I just remembered that I passed Richard Burton and Liz Taylor's house in Puerto Vallarta, when I visited there this year. RB was in a movie in PV (Night of the Iguana), and she wanted to stay with him, and the town was discovered as a getaway.
Speaking of Iguanas, they are protected there, after almost being hunted to extinction, for food, and iPad covers (made the last one up). TV Chef/Bad Boy de Cuisine Tony Bourdain doesn't care for them, though. A direct quote from an episode in which he ate them, under-cooked: "Unbelievably horrible. I just want to die.. I mean really bad. I want to dip my head into a bucket of lye, you know, pull my eyes out of their sockets and jump off a cliff." --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, nablusoss1008 <no_reply@...> wrote: > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, doctordumbass@ <no_reply@> wrote: > > > > How childish of Glenn Ford. I am sure Maharishi came across lots of celebs > > who thought they were too cool for school. > > > Not Elizabeth Taylor. On a regular basis she asked Maharishi what more she > could do for the Movement, some project perhaps, a grand opening of something > ? The answer always was; be regular with your meditation. > :-) >