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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Tom Selleck
As "Blue Bloods" reaches its second-season finale, Tom Selleck is looking ahead to season three.
From a television standpoint, Tom Selleck the police chief of New York may be a very good friend to Tom Selleck the police chief of Paradise, Mass.
There were more than 500,000 eager participants in "Movember," which inspired men all over the world to grow mustaches last month to raise money for research of prostate and testicular cancer.
"When I was 25 I sounded 15 and looked 35," he says with a laugh. "That clearly wasn't working. It was only when I kind of grew into myself that the quirky aspects of what I do became a strength."
"I think humor is an essential element of a long career," says Selleck, "and I miss actual comedy.