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Charlton Heston dead at 84

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Connemara, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Well-Known Member

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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.
     
  2. Piobaire

    Piobaire Well-Known Member

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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.
     
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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?
     
  4. dtmt

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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. [​IMG]
     
  5. Coho

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    Wonder who gets this gun collection. Ooh...reminds me to renew NRA membership.
     
  6. Coho

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    Why are you hiding? Jews are not going to hunt you down like the Nazis. [​IMG]

    Not really, considering that Jews control the media. [​IMG]
     
  7. EL72

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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?


    Easter usually coincides with Passover (the Jewish celebration of the exodus from Egypt) so the Jewish-controlled media like to run in then. Jesus of Nazareth is usually on on Easter sunday too.
     
  8. jtsouth

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    [​IMG] RIP, what an actor. I first saw Planet of the Apes as a little tyke and have loved it ever since.
    Big Ben Hur fan.
     
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    Michael Moore must feel like a real dick now.
     
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    Michael Moore must feel like a real dick now.

    Something tells me Mr. Moore is rather immune from self-examination or insight that would cause him discomfort.
     
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