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Monday, March 28, 2005

Richard Gere speaks his mind

I’ve never really thought much about Richard Gere the actor. I can’t even remember ever having seen any of his movies*. As an activist, though, I have much respect for him. I don’t always agree with what he endorses, but I do respect his principled stands and the fact that unlike the feminists and most on the left, it is the issue that matters. He doesn’t squelch his opinion just because the people involved happen to think “correctly” about other issues.

He’s now going after the EU for it’s plans to lift their Chinese arms embargo. I hope this goes better than the Tibet thing (it won’t, but I hope anyway).

* Okay, okay. I did see Chicago, and liked it (though it was a tad long).

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I didn’t like Chicago so much--except for a few of the songs. I think there was one called “Cellophane Man” that was pretty good. For stylish musicals, I much preferred Moulin Rouge.

on Mar 28 2005 @ 04:21 PM

Guy rule #72:

Do not discuss Broadway musicals with another guy. Especially on a website run by somebody named “zombyboy”.

I’m just saying…

on Mar 28 2005 @ 04:46 PM

Okay, there is that.

Thank God I didn’t mention just how dreamy I thought Ewan McGregor was…

...oh, darnit.

on Mar 28 2005 @ 04:55 PM
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