One of the Great Musical DVDs, a Metaphor for Life as Well
August 26, 2007
This is one of the really great musical DVDs; I list others below but because of Amazon’s limitations, I can only list ten.
This is NOT a complex biographical DVD. This DVD captures the essence of love within music. It is a glorious story of a man who married well but whose wife did not “compute” music, and of the love that grew “on the road” between Johnny Cash and his eventual bride (who got him off drugs and helped him “walk the line”).
The underlying theme, of going from uncotrolled use of drugs to a straight existence within reality powered by love, is uplifting.
If you like both music and romance, this DVD is a “must have.” Below I list a few others.
I have taken an interest in firefighers every since they did their all to save the victims of 9-11, only to be betrayed by murderer Rudy Gulliani, with Larry Silverstein, the avaricous Jew, and Dick Cheney, the naked amoral thief, as the other principle actors.
Firefights are God’s gift to mankind. They are the good guys. It literally brings tears to my eyes to contemplate the evidence of one surviving firefighter from 9-11, to wit, that bombs were exploding BELOW him as he made his way up toward the fires from the airplanes.
Rudy Gulliani, called “scoop and dump” Gulliani by the firefighters of New York, who rioted over his treasonous agility in destroying the crime scene and covering up the world’s greatest insurance scam, $7 billion for Larry Silverstein, Rudy Gulliani, Dick Cheney, and the two unethical witless insurance company executives who thought we would notice.
This movie is about honest Americans. I hope, from the heart, that Gulliani, Cheney, and Silversttein hang one day, after a legal trial. Firefighters: salt of the earth. Gulliani, Silverstein, and Cheney: the traitors, the liars, the scum of the Earth.