Have you ever seen the trailer for a movie so many times that you end up being sure you actually saw the movie? Tonight's Netflix entree was We Are Marshall. Totally sure I'd seen it. Totally wrong.
Guess what? I bawled my eyes out about a dozen times starting about 10 minutes into the movie.
It was really manly bawling. Really!
Well, according to Squiggy, when a man's sad, he doesn't cry, he throws up. I learned this from that wildly popular 1979 album, "Lenny And The Squigtones."
Why yes, I do own it.
When a real man is sad, he punches someone in the stomach. And if there isn't anyone else in the room, he punches himself in the stomach. If he has no arms, the man should headbutt the air.
It's what Chuck Norris would do.
You watched a WV movie! You watched a WV movie!
Does that mean you're up for Matewan?
What movies would Chuck Norris cry at? Besides, of course, his own?
I cried when I saw Matthew M's polyester leisure suits. ;)
To me, though, the ultimate coming-of-age football movie is still "Remember the Titans". I can't see that one without crying buckets.
The sheer power contained within Chuck Norris' tears would fix whatever makes you cry. Just sayin'....
I'm reminded that I think of you guys when I note some connection. Yes, I thought "Michelle will be so proud I'm watching this." And I've seen Matewan.
I was over Pink Floyd years ago, but now I feel dis-loyal if they come on the radio and I change the station. (I still usually change the station, but I feel bad about it).
Chuck Norris is not permitted here. Crazy fuckstick.
"Chuck Norris is not permitted here. Crazy fuckstick."
Good guys DO wear black.
But Joe Lewis would kick Chuck's ass any day of the week and twice on Sundays.
So would Superfoot Wallace.
Superfoot Wallace is welcome here any day.
I sparred with him once. Same with Joe.
My money's on Joe in a real fight. Dude DID kill a man in the ring.
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