For time immemorial, there has always been rebellion in the world. From Paris of Troy to Al Capone, there has always been a glim of glamor to the fast-life. Needless to say; people will always tend to root for the bad guy from time to time. The Bad Boy is the perfect opportunity to root for the bad guy as it is the essential observation of the life of each rebel. Whether he was born into a fortune 500 legacy or born into the gang-life, the science and psychology of this gentleman is discussed in this series for the purpose of helping those that were "born this way" or "made this way". What's more, is that I've crafted this series to act as a substitute for the next Netflix series (waiting to be binged) by portraiting the very character-type that the fellers respects and the ladies adore. Doing so allows each male-listener to relate, and each woman-listener to understand who she is falling for. Unlike Steve Harvey's "Think Like a Man", this series does not expose the rebel for the sake of exploitation or shame, but more like the "50 Shades" series, it keeps the lady on the edge of her seat, while demonstrating to the gentlemen how to keep her there.
Since Carey Grant to Marlon Brando, Hollywood has always managed to capture the bad boy image on film. But it was difficult to capture the shotgun personality of Mr. Brando and the surgical scope demeanor of Sir. Grant together. It wasn't until Sean Connery made his debut in the James Bond series "Dr. No", that we got a chance to see someone emulate every side of the rebel all-in-one. In "Dr. No", Sir Connery was given the simple task of introducing himself as the British spy that we all know today as James Bond, but he made history not in what he said but how he said it. With a couple of takes, Connery gets frustrated with the infamous line we know today, "my name is Bond, James Bond". He said this line over and over, but was not satisfied with how it sounded, until he did something that most men didn't think to do at the time. Connery pulls out a cigarette, then says "my name is Bond", (lights his cigerette in a pause then continues) "James Bond", and history is made. This made "the pause" a golden rule for the rebel and pick-up artists alike whenever in conversation with a woman of interest. From the line we all love, to the innumerable lines from Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby (and let's be honest... all of the 007s) James Bond made it okay for the rebel to be smooth. Because of James Bond, charisma is not a choice for the Bad Boy anymore, it is protocol.
- Sean Connery
A straight-shooter and true "man's man", Sir Connery was the perfect picture of how the rebel should always live. We celebrate the life of Sir Connery with "the Bad Boy" and are thankful for the legacy he has left within the 007 franchise. Afterall, without Sir Connery; there would be no "Bad Boy".