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post #31 of 51
RIP.

Not sure anyone else in Hollywood is ready to stand up for a controversial cause.
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RIP. Not sure anyone else in Hollywood is ready to stand up for a controversial cause.
Sean Penn is ready.
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Nope. That's why I said what I said in my first post in this thread. He showed great dignity in how he publicly dealt with the disease.
I agree, and even though you didn't see him as much in the later years especially post 2002, there weren't really any signs (atleast in the public), that he was suffering from Alzheimers. He was an amazing man, who stood for causes that were relatively unpopular at the time.....i.e. civil rights and gun ownership.
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RIP.

Not sure anyone else in Hollywood is ready to stand up for a conservative cause.
Fixed.
post #35 of 51
And El Cid, you all forgot El Cid.

RIP. Say what you will, the man stood up for what he believed.
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Fixed.

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Fixed.

Tom Selleck? Bruce Willis?
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I agree, and even though you didn't see him as much in the later years especially post 2002, there weren't really any signs (atleast in the public), that he was suffering from Alzheimers. He was an amazing man, who stood for causes that were relatively unpopular at the time.....i.e. civil rights and gun ownership.

Yup, few people today know he was a champion for civil rights. All people today know is he thought gun ownership was also a right.
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I agree, and even though you didn't see him as much in the later years especially post 2002, there weren't really any signs (atleast in the public), that he was suffering from Alzheimers. He was an amazing man, who stood for causes that were relatively unpopular at the time.....i.e. civil rights and gun ownership.

+1. He will be missed.
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Tom Selleck? Bruce Willis?
I know, I know.
I was just being a smart ass.
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Yup, few people today know he was a champion for civil rights. All people today know is he thought gun ownership was also a right.

Didn't he march with Martin Luther King Jr? I vaguely remember seeing pictures of that sometime or other.
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Didn't he march with Martin Luther King Jr? I vaguely remember seeing pictures of that sometime or other.

Not sure if it was with King directly, but pretty darn sure he marched. He was quite a guy IMO.
post #43 of 51
Does anyone else find it odd that The Ten Commandments is on every year at Eastertime. Old-Testament (Moses) has nothing to do with the most holy day in Christianity (the Resurrection).

Weird, no?
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Does anyone else find it odd that The Ten Commandments is on every year at Eastertime. Old-Testament (Moses) has nothing to do with the most holy day in Christianity (the Resurrection).

Weird, no?

Not really, considering that Jews control the media.
post #45 of 51
Wonder who gets this gun collection. Ooh...reminds me to renew NRA membership.
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