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  1. Rest in peace Mr. Osborne this is former Staff Sergeant SW Rice formerly of the US Air Force Security Forces Security police and 919th Special Operations group 1984 to 2001 and the point of contact in South Carolina for Curtis Sliwa's NYC Guardian Angels and blessed to be a co-founder of Bill H.3036 a bill to honor and proclaim EARTHA KITT DAY in South Carolina on January 17th. Also you played a movie request for me on January 17th 2001 Captain Nemo (Robert Ryan) and the Underwater City I felt like I was a kid again living in New Hampshire in the late 1960's and early seventies and I am in y
  2. Not trying to tell you your job guys! But you have a lot of competition our here POP, ACM,IFC and all that alphabet soup(lol) now you know what a great fan I was Billy Jack and the man and actor that played him,Tom! And except young Benjamin we ain't getting any younger Robert!(ha-ha) So do us a favor highlight some of of the great folks that are still around like Doris Day and Jerry Lewis!!! Yeah you guys do a little but you could do more like devote and entire month to each of them and I implore other fans to reach out to you to give you more ideas and names so we can recognize and give our
  3. (This is dedicated to remembering Sept 11th to all of our Armed Service Personnel and our Allies) .This is not an opinion piece. Though mind you I am an expert at writing them. I have written letters to the editor since 1984. Many of them have been published. However, this is a first person account piece from a former Air Force policeman, who came into the military during the so-called cold war in Western Europe. My time was in 1984. The place was high in the mountains of West Germany. It was called Hahn Air base. Located in a place called the Hundsruck. Translated from Deutsch (German) to e
  4. (This is dedicated to remembering Sept 11th to all of our Armed Service Personnel and our Allies) .This is not an opinion piece. Though mind you I am an expert at writing them. I have written letters to the editor since 1984. Many of them have been published. However, this is a first person account piece from a former Air Force policeman, who came into the military during the so-called cold war in Western Europe. My time was in 1984. The place was high in the mountains of West Germany. It was called Hahn Air base. Located in a place called the Hundsruck. Translated from Deutsch (German) to e
  5. Yesterday was a sad day for the world and Hollywood. Firstly we lost the original Billy Jack (One Tin Soldier) writer,director,producer Tom Laughlin. Then we lost Sir Peter O'Toole and the starlet Joan Fontaine. The best part in Billy Jack is when he karate kicks the big guy right on the side of his face with his bare foot that was legendary as everyone was telling him watch out for his feet. I saw that about thirty years ago. And it has stood the test of time. Maybe the message sounds dated in a world that lives by the gun so many times. But the Billy Jack movie showed me and still does. How
  6. Rest in peace Mr. Kyle. I did not know you. I am happy to have found out about you. I can only hope when I go to see our Lord one day. I will have such nice remembrances.
  7. Mr. Chip's Review on Walt Disneys MARY POPPINS (1964) January 28, 2009 (REAL Men Watch Mary Poppins) Mary Poppins was made in 1964 it is a period piece set in 1910's London England (Wikipedia) it is based on a series of children's books written by P.L. Travers and illustrated by Mary Shepard. In a nutshell Traver's tale is about a mysterious, vain and acerbic English nanny,Mary Poppins. A airborne Mary Poppins via her umbrella is blown by the East wind to Number Seventeen Cherry Tree Lane, London into the Banks (David Tomlinson and Company) household to care for their children. What follow
  8. Mr. Chip's Movie Review "The Valley of Gwangi" (1969) March 21, 2009 As I always say make sure movies are age and subject matter appropriate. With that on with my review. Not my all time favorite as Associated Content is asking for because I have far to many movies that I like past and present to just pick out one. But saying all that I still have fond memories of "The Valley of Gwangi" which came long before movies like "Jurassic Park" no knock on it. Now "The Valley of Gwangi" is rated (G) but I do not consider it say a Walt Disney epic or a movie you'd take your five year old to. But you
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