No name on the bullet

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An older comic/tv/movie fan who finds the comments section appalling, trite, superfluous, aggravating, irrelevant and idiotically self indulgent. But hey; its another form of social media, innit? And everyone wants to reach out and connect; even if it's anonymous and uninvited.

Recent Comments

  1. 15 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Yeah; well… living on earth with others means none of us will get out alive; and none of us can ever change that! The earth has always been polluted in one fashion or another; and we were all created with an expiration date. But Hey! Ain’t life grand?!

  2. 15 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Hey! Another old guy! I got that reference!

  3. 23 days ago on Dark Side of the Horse

    I disagree. Surprised? People can communicate; it’s just that most of the time they don’t agree with what the other is saying! Or; they’re offended!

  4. 26 days ago on Ben
    Funeral for Ben will be held this coming Thursday!
  5. about 1 month ago on Flo and Friends

    Well; it is a comic about old people.

  6. about 1 month ago on Stone Soup Classics

    You miss my point. But it doesn’t matter; and this is not the forum for discussion.

  7. about 1 month ago on Luann

    Yes! As you most likely already know; he is a hero of mine. As a veteran I think Mr. Murphy was and is an exemplary example of the American ideal of manhood. As a fellow Texan I am proud that he is another son of Texas. As a motion picture actor he might never be considered a Spencer Tracy (actually the person that encouraged him to come to “Hollywood”); he none the less brought an honest personality that gave his characterizations acceptable interest as a protagonist. That being said; I must always refer to his performance in the movie “The Unforgiven” (not the Clint Eastwood movie of 1992) released in 1960 with Burt Lancaster, Audrey Hepburn, Lilian Gish (still a force in her eighties), Charles Bickford, John Saxon, and a very young Doug McClure. Audie’s portrayal of Cash Zachary in this film was moving and (dare I say?) Oscar worthy. The depth of emotion portraying a young man torn by the love for his family and his all-consuming bigotry is fraught with anger, confusion and despair. You could tell he put so much into the character and as it was a bit later in his life; he had obviously matured in his craft.I’m sorry; I digress, but I have spent quite a bit of time admiring this man and I appreciate you comments.

  8. about 1 month ago on Stone Soup Classics

    Times change; people don’t!

  9. about 1 month ago on Luann

    Exactly! This arc has become tedious! Move on; for gawd’s sake, move on!

  10. about 2 months ago on Pearls Before Swine

    And THAT asinine statement is exactly why there is so much miscommunication in our society. Please take a lesson from @RobinHarwood’s example. Learn it, love it, live it.