Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Nov 26, 2005.
Very, very, very very, COOL!!!
I must say I'm very excited, I sent a few bucks to Michael when he first requested some for cameras, etc. He has been doing a fantastic job!
for Michael and Bruce...
Wouldn't it be fun to see a fight between Bruce Willis and Sean Penn, or Bruce Willis and Al Franken, or Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin, or Bruce Willis and Psychobules. My guess would be that he could take them all on at once and if he needed any backup he could call Magnum(Tom Selleck, also an outspoken conservative in Hollywood). :rotflmao:
I'll support this movie with my dollars!
With Ted Nugent providing covering fire.
I think I may have to go out and buy the Die Hard trilogy and The Fifth Element just for this.
The Fifth Element. . . . great stuff!
I remember hearing Ted Nugent calling the Opie and Anthony show and firing large caliber weapons on the air. He's definitely a wild and crazy guy.
This is exactly what to expect from Bruce Willis. He is truely an American Patriot that honestly cares for those that fight for our freedom.
If you want to see the "real" Bruce Willis might I suggest watching the movie "In Country". It was made around 1980. It is about a group ov Viet Nam vets living in Kentucky and how the left perceived the war causing the vets to withdraw in an attempt to forget about what happened.
Any one that can watch this movie from start to finish and come away with dry eyes is simply not human. It is not a combat movie. It is a movie that shows how the "real" veterans feel and how they were treated. There is not a John Kerry or Murtha veteran in the mix. These are all common veterans and I would like to suggest it for viewing if you haven't seen it.
Bruce Willis is the Hollywood exception rather than the rule and I applaud him for all he has done on behalf of all veterans.
The most obvious thing to do, the right thing to do and it takes someone a ton of courage to do
Mr. Willis, you're a good man!
never liked Fifth Element much, but I am not really big into SciFi either...I do like the Die Hard series.
Bruce Willis is great in The Whole 9 Yards & The Whole 10 Yards (yes, i like both of them)
Looks like I will be going and getting the trilogy as well for Die Hard. Tim is more into that than I am, but I will watch them if they are on.
Also, he was on "That 70's Show" recently, as the sleazy manager of a strip club that Kelso wanted to be a rent-a-cop at. Pretty good show.
Three cheers for ex-Mr-Demi Moore!
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