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February 9th, 2013
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I knew I liked this guy…yipee kiyah mutherfuckers.
Bruce Bruce! You the man!
I have always liked the guy because he is a straight up kind of guy,not some PC fool that’s is afraid to say boo.I like him even more now and we need more that think like him and call a spade a spade!
Can we still use the word SPADE!!
Hold on a minute.If I understand Bruce correctly, he is not defending the 2nd amendment so much as the roles he plays in his Die Hard films. He states there are those maniacs that go off the rails and kill people, but who are the people with guns he fights in his films? The very same.
Willis’ Die Hard character was notable in that he casually gathered weapons and ammunition from his fallen adversaries. Traded up for better weapons. And grabbed other useful items like radios and explosives. As if, that is the way real guerrillas should do it.
Hollywood had been going through this bizarre phase where a hero announced his intentions to the enemy, then marched straight into battle with some distinctive and whimsical quirk such as a sawed off shotgun or Bowie knife clenched in the teeth or fists and feet, and fought all adversaries with that. Left all useful items where they lay. And won anyway.
Die Hard brought some credibility back into the equation.
And sometimes — Bruce Willis even missed his target. Unlike Barnaby Jones.
Bruce reminds me of my dad (bless his soul)he was the one who taught me the truth about anti gunners and allowed me to learn Dad was right ! I will fight a different a WAR then he did. Hey gunowner Does it matter as long as the good guy(s) wins ?
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