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Who’s your Hero?

February 16, 2010

One of the ideas we are considering is to bring Heroes or Superheroes into the footage by asking people Who’s your Hero? From Superman to Babe Ruth, Mother Teresa to Barack Obama, who knows…Who are you? Where are you from? Where are you going? Who’s your Hero?

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  1. February 17, 2010 12:49 am

    Super heroes, I know my son who is 31 has always had superman for his super hero..Myself I’m
    quite different then my hero would have to be a real person in life…matter how hard you are knocked down in life and no matter how much you are hurting inside to stand up & fight for yourself in what you believe to be right.. that will give you all the strenght and dignity to go on in life…each day with God by your side..who knows the truth…who else could be my superhero …someone who …knows God is on his side and is carrying him all the way.. no names here Im not a very good writer but I do write from my heart….Thanks Christine

    • February 17, 2010 5:08 am

      Well done, very well said…
      As your son my first hero was Superman.
      I was a comic fanatic.
      Used to hang out at the drug store, run Rxs for the druggist; in return, could read all the comics I could devour.
      I did them all.
      In thinking about this section I searched Superman on Youtube, looking for the Car Crash Dummies’ Superman, a long time favorite song of mine. I was amazed by all the songs/videos up on Superman. A very wide range; one of my favorite, that I was just introduced to, is Brown Superman. Another was The Turkish Superman ( legendary when I was 20 something was Superman of Cuba), a third was the guy who dressed up as Superman & sung his heart out to lots of devoted hits. The comments and arguments about who Superman is.was & stood for may be better than the original comic. epic among the comments to the You Tube videos, was on the great Battle between Superman & Captain Marvel…

      Among the Heroes portrayed so well on You Tube is Babe Ruth, doing his 60th Homer.

      Marilyn Monroe, JFK & RFK, now there is a tale worth telling in song, verse and video- so I will in a later episode…
      meantime, just watch MM wish the President Happy Birthday. Now that did not go well with Mrs K…

    • February 17, 2010 10:11 pm

      You speak eloquently.

  2. February 18, 2010 1:54 am

    Your so kind,
    thank you for the compliment and you are a man of great and varied learning an excelltent videographer….


  3. February 25, 2010 3:09 pm

    The True Ramblings of a Mad Man.

    The director of Pulp Fiction (can’t remember his name right now) has a scene in his latest film about killing Nazi’s, where a double agent is ousted by a Nazi because he ordered two drinks using his index and middle finger, rather than the method used by Germans which is apparantly the thumb and index finger. The scene that followed was intense, to say the least.

  4. February 25, 2010 3:24 pm

    Inglorious Bastards by Quentin Taratino which is apparantly his largest grossing film yet, and has been nominated for multiple awards. Here is the scene, as described in Wickipedia:

    Hicox and two of the ‘Basterds’ meet with Hammersmark at a tavern where a Gestapo Major notices Hicox’s odd accent and that he gives the wrong three-fingered order for drinks. The resulting standoff erupts into a firefight, leaving everyone dead except Hammersmark.

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