In the interest of full disclosure, I must tell you I have watched Brokeback Mountain no less than 45 times and I own the Limited Edition DVD, signed by Willie Nelson a short time after he wrote that queer cowboy song as a tribute to the courage of the producers and actors who broke such incredible creative ground when they made their agenda-less movie. Serious. Until I saw Bendover Brokeback, Braveheart was my favorite movie. But the love scenes of Brokeback sucked me right in and I had no choice but to give myself over to the passion of its wide open range, if you get my drift. Such courage this young man and his colleagues have. Reminds me of the courage of classic movie stars, where during the War they enlisted and flew bomber planes and fought on frontlines, then came back and picked up their lives and careers right where they left off, without anti-American sentiment, whining and complaining, or self-destructive self indulgence. I’m equally inspired.

Apparently, Leather Hedger had sleeping troubles and anxiety and dealt with terrible mood swings. So do soldiers but they don’t self-destructively fuck up their lives. In fact, they don’t sleep, handle anxiety and mood swings while dealing with whether or not they might at any moment lose their life. And they do this all the while they are dangerously protecting the freedom of others to fuck up their own. By the way, how many 28 (or older or younger) year old soldiers met their death yesterday? It’s not easy to find out. None of them made the headlines of any news.

By today’s standard, though, I do have to agree that he was a great father. Perhaps even greater then the father of the year, Hulk Hogan. After all, Leather Hedger did what it took to kill himself. His kid is without a father, yes, but the negative influence is now removed and his own child has the chance for a full recovery. Hogan, on the other hand, won’t go quite that far. He insists on sticking around to keep further ruining, and profiting off of, the parentally mismanaged lives of his own children.

It is sad and tragic….that we don’t demand attention be paid to greater things.

4 Responses to “DEAD LONG BEFORE 28.”
  1. Junglelord says:

    It looks bad on terry that he bought alcohol for his son just before that terrible car accident, his son being underaged and all. Not good conduct for father of the year, now is it?

  2. Ben Blake says:

    dude… warrior… you are fucking awesome. who else would have the balls to attact such a sensitive subject with such malicious sarcasm? MUCH props, sir. i salute you.

    -Ben from Houston, TX

  3. Ben says:

    dude… warrior… you are fucking awesome. who else would have the balls to attack such a sensitive subject with such malicious sarcasm? MUCH props, sir. i salute you.

    -20 yr old male from Houston, TX

  4. Marc says:

    Hey warrior, I don’t agree with what you said about Heath Ledger, but I do agree with you about Hulk Hogan, he is messing up bad. He’s been called the Perverster by the Minority Report Wrestling Show, I’m sure you know what that is…

    It’s been reported and pics that Hogan seems to be eyeing his own daughter Brooke, taking personal photos at her maxim shoot, then caught oiling up her legs and ass, like a sick pervert.

    Do you think Hogan might have some sick attraction towards Brooke? Ugh, Hogan’s new wife looks like Brooke already….I liked his wrestling, but he such a disgusting person in real life.

    Anyway, welcome back to wrestling Warrior…I’m in no way picking sides on wwe or any other wrestling company, I like watching it as a whole, the politics don’t bother me as much, give me a good match over backstage bullshit anyday.

    Take care of yourself,


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