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Posted By:Skip
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2009-02-07 10:39:23
That comment was not posted by the real Poppy, but by a troll...the real Poppy has posted almost three thousand photographs ( most of them of superior quality, by the way) and almost that many comments....click on the names if you're ever in doubt..take a position on anything around here and you're likely to pick up a troll impersonator..it's happened to me a couple of times..
2009-02-07 10:15:48
poppy is a lady maggot? for shame. . . anyway, his (her) vocabulary needs enlarging.
2008-11-24 15:51:42
I Have seen this picture before, it is done entirely with CRAONS!
2008-10-16 19:46:36
You nailed it, Sarge ..the troll is so cowardly it not only hides behind another person's name, it hides behind a woman's name..hard to imagine anything more pathetic.
2008-10-16 18:43:40
Why don't you have the balls to post comments using your own name, you little chicken-shit puddle of puke ? Crawl back into your troll hole before the sun comes out, maggot !
2008-10-15 20:20:10
Hi Skip...as is often the case with larger-than-life, semi-legendary figures, there are several versions of the story, and there isn't much point in us debating which version of Mr. Wayne's story is the "True Gospel." Suffice to say there are numerous takes on the man and his life, and how he comes off depends on where you look, what you read, and what you're prepared to believe. And I'll admit I'm not entirely objective on the subject. Although I, too, have enjoyed some of his films, I've been kinda down on his case for a long time for his role in a movie made back in the 1960's called "The Green Berets." That film, which starred Wayne and which he helped direct, was produced by his son, Michael, and it portrayed the Viet Nam conflict as a classic heroic good-guys vs evil bad-guys struggle, and no telling how many young American guys saw that film, got all gung ho, enlisted, went to Nam and got their shit blown away because of it. I guess for me it comes down to: was John Wayne a great actor, who contributed to the richness of the film experience for American theatrical audiences? The answer to that is unquestionably and emphatically Yes. Was the man, Marion Morrison, really very much like the characters the actor , John Wayne, portrayed on the screen? The answer to that is, maybe not entirely.
2008-10-15 07:02:06
I looked it up patito, because I always liked him even though he seems like that"macho" type he has a sense of humor in films. anyway it says he tried to enlist and was rejected for a football injury and being thirty four and married with four children. he even tried to go before congress and plead to be let in. and it says he spent alot of time visiting with the troops in each war.
2008-10-15 05:41:28
Is that you, John Wayne? Is this me?
2008-10-15 05:36:11
Good Ol' Marion Morrison ( aka John Wayne ) , who played a lot of tough talkin', straight shootin' hombres, but who went to considerable lengths to stay out of the Second World War. Be bad for his career, he said, which is the same reason Dick "Dick" Cheney gave for avoiding service in Viet Nam. Meanwhile, guys like Edie Albert, Mel Brooks, Tony Curtis, Kirk Douglas, Clark Gable, Carl Reiner and Jimmy Stewart, just to name a few, went into the military, served honorably, and still managed to have careers in Hollywood.