Category Archives: War and Honor

Needle in a haystack?

coffee2_thumb.jpgThe needles in a hay stack? The ultimate lines of a blogger – exactly, what the hell does that mean – ultimately?

Probably somewhere between the lines of who knows what, where or how or somewhere in between the lines of the Greek isles and the French Rivera – there’s an ultimate blog that needs to be written, not settled, “sigh!,” as I hustled through the dense fog looking for an excuse – that would entitle me to some outrages catnip attack from an unknown foreseen force to write the ultimate blog of the day, week, month, year or century.

I’ve yet to find that stupid needle! It’s in there somewhere, but there’s one problem, there may be some Winter blues outside with the wicked weather, but I’ve been trying to hack and pen this stupid blog for the past three to four days, only to be looking for that stupid needle in the haystack ever since and I’ve yet to find the little son of a bitch anywhere – that’s what I get forecasting so much on the weeks agenda of what to blog and when to pen, yes, I know they both mean the same thing so, hush the tamales and hold the olives before you start griping!

Now, that I’ve found the lousy needle in the hay stack, it’s time to get back to my regular scheduled programming – writing, blogging and researching an idea and topic to pen, write, blog for the next blog posting on the blog…..

“…., sigh!”

Memorial Day has a special meaning

I was looking for something to cherish this Memorial Day Weekend, but instead, something told me about this video, while searching for another video on another topic – this one stood out among them – Watch the entire video and you’ll know what it means too those who gave it their all during the days leading up to “D-DAY in Normandy, France, on June 6th, 1944.”

This young man stood tall and brave to bring the visions of those who fought for the stars and stripes and too those who gave their lives in one of the greatest epic battles of World War II has the allied forces crept along the coast of France to surprisingly catch the German Army off guard in what now is considered one of the most epic takedown’s of World War II.

Dirty old tricks, bring back new tools

Tonight, I get a phone call from a long time friend. Not really a friend, but a long time source that used to pass the greatest of times and was the greatest source of information, whenever I was in need of something prestige and prime time – that was the easy part and the worst way out of keeping my ass outta jail. The hard part – well, that’s something that is worth a thousand words without a thousand words from a much-needed photograph to spell the truth and my fall from the dignity of grace.

My only downfall was getting involved. Very involved! It was stranger than fiction, but worth the truth and the honor of living and honoring the code. I was either handed down a sentence from a far exotic location rather than leaving home and getting the job done from my very own seat of justice – it was somewhere between “the twilight zone” and the “X-Files” and somewhere between “Lost” and “Gilligan’s Island.”

I was granted some new tools of the trade  – and, I was told to use them wisely or else? As they say, I would be “dead meat” and “cantaloupe” by the time I was finished with job.

If you’ve ever seen the movie, “Ronin” with Actor Robert De Niro, you’d probably know what I’m talking about – the recruited sham and price for money was literally on target. But, it was only written for a character that would eventually elope into the twilight to make the score, drop was secured, kill the target – no matter how far and how deep they had to go to make sure their mission was the best in the record books and mere clandestine between the spotter and the ace kill from a primed sniper willing to get the job done.

It was the worth money, but it was worth the stabbing thought of killing off the most impromptu characters ever created in the history of writing and story telling – the death of the Super Hero team the Avengers and the creation of doom, not only gave the avenging marks of the prime suspect, who seems to be known well-known, if it hadn’t been for the “caped” crusader himself, Gotham City and Clark Kent’s Daily Planet may have survived the barrage of the Hulk and the incriminating insane bombardment of Marvels Comics loss of deterrent of compulsive gambling, the heroes of our time would have survived the cut and the deals they made with the insane mafia of Donald Trump and the Grand Plaza Hotel.

It had been sadly announced earlier today in a secret meeting in the writers room, that Marvel Comics will make no more of our beloved Super Heroes and with any Hollywood Studio Executive until one brainstorming demand is meet with grace and fellowship of the ring – free popcorn for all at all their movie franchises involving Marvel Comic Characters on the big screen……

Uh, waitress – extra butter please and an extreme Coke Cola with my order and the tab will be in the loyalty of Marvel Comics and their Executive Producers!

Happy April First my friends – enjoy the Popcorn and the read of the day! Hooha!

Filmmaker Moore mocks American Sniper

Michael Moore, say's "snipers are cowards."
Michael Moore, say’s “snipers are cowards.”

It’s been mountains of hell. It’s been mountains of crap. It’s been said, that once you call a man “a coward,” you’re in for the flack of flammable bullshit and propaganda. Actor Michael Moore recently said, that American Snipers were indeed, “Cowards.”

Moore has started a firestorm that has exploded like wildfire & more and across the bands of Social Media, since the Bradley Cooper film, “American Sniper” was released, it broke box office records over the weekend to a shattering $90 Million in the weekend box office.

Directed by Actor/Director Clint Eastwood, “American Sniper,” has been causing a battle to brew between Michael Moore, Bradley Cooper and Seth Rogen, since the films wide release earlier this month.

Bradley Cooper (Photo By warner Bros)
Bradley Cooper (Photo By Warner Bros)

In what could be a lengthy battle between Eastwood, Cooper and Moore, the firestorm rages on as Moore proclaims, the $105 Million Motion Picture Directed by Eastwood, who once told, Moore, “he’d Kill’em,” he if ever stepped foot among Eastwood, he once said during an interview about Moore.

Pulling in a record astounding $100 Million plus during the Martin Luther King Holiday, “American Sniper” has shattered move box office proceeds in a few short days of their limited and wide theatrical release dates, Moore’s statements could have some stunning effects on his truce with American Servicemen and Women who currently serve in combat roles worldwide within the US Military and not to mention the ranks of Hollywood.

Having family members once serve in the Armed Forces during times of conflict such as World War II, Vietnam and during regular service tours of duty before 9/11, they all served with honor and pride to their country – but for someone such as Michael Moore to say American Snipers are, “cowards,” is a disgrace to the Men and Women who serve with honor and integrity to their country, Moore’s statements were drastically uncalled for by the filmmaker.

He puts the broken trumpet in place of a harp that can’t play the song of Mozart in the way of Taps, He has become the new controversy of America’s elite fighters of war – the snipers who serve in American branches of military services.

The question to Micheal Moore is, “why?” – Why does he even think that snipers are “cowards?” He has never served in any branch of America’s Armed Forces – he’s been focal and critical of the war on terror since 9/11 and has been seeking answers ever since.

His latest tyrants spell controversy among Hollywood insiders and American moviegoers, who have said, it’s a powerful story and story that had to be told even though Moore has created an outcast of tyrant behavior among American Servicemen and Women and the elite ranks of American Snipers who serve in the American Armed Forces.

With six Academy Award Nominations under the belt of Director Eastwood for Best Picture, Best Actor, Screenplay adaption, Film Editing, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing, the movie’s true story of American Sniper and Navy Seal Chris Kyle.

It’s yet to be seen if Moore, Eastwood, Rogen and Cooper will have their day aside from the ranks of controversy, which ultimately was started by Micheal Moore himself, he’s likely to have blown his anguish tail of ruling authority out the crawling window during the fierce firefight among words between, Hollywood and its elite ranks.

Let’s see how well American Sniper can do at next month’s Academy Awards Ceremony- it could make things interesting to say.

Thirteen yeas later: Are wee still safe?

WTC 911 flag

Thirteen years ago, the world watched in horror, as one of the most famous landmarks in New York City disappear into the world of darkness with nearly 2,000 live that were never again to be seen, including 343 fire fighters of the Fire Department New York (FDNY).

Today, we mark the thirteen year anniversary of that infamous infamous day, that brought America into war with terrorists, whom have gained momentum and brutality and dangerous agenda’s to innocent men, women and children, including the beheadings of two innocent American Journalist’s who had nothing to do with the war, but with their reporting of covering war and the fight against terrorists.

America stands strong since that day, but wishes they had never happened and the world has become a hostile place compared to how the world lived before the attacks shocked the world.

We shall never forget the memories of those who tried to save others so they can live their lives as we do today with their families, friends and co-workers and more. “We shall never forget,” is has powerful as it was back in September 11th, 2001, as it is today in 2014.