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but if i have to than i guess he will never return after big mission,noone knows if he is alive or not....
Which reminds me a bit of Frank the bait guy from The Winter of Frankie Machine, a highly recomendable book ;-) .
The problem is though, whenever I play a scene like that in my head I always see Roger Moore as the new M.
(Those of you who remember the bowl of geraniums in The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy might recognise that.)
2.Lightning (THUNDERBALL :-))
3. A stroke .
J /k :-))
(That's what I would want)
He's part of a small community on the island. He still takes a stiff drink anytime after noon. He's fit and strong in his old age. He's got a little house where he occasionally entertains female friends and old friends such as Tanner, who is still alive.
Moneypenny's niece catches up with him there. Bond helps unravel the mystery of her aunt's disappearance.
He's probably still living there. He might live well into his 90's.
No, I haven't played Red Dead Redemption too often. really I haven't!
As Bond is supposed to be '35 years old forever' so I understand, this worked with Connery for the early releases but to all intents and purposes Craig would be 79 years old as Bond when he made his debut