I want to see The Interview
December 17th, 2014 @ 6:34 pm


full of or showing defiance


a refusal to obey something or someone : the act of defying someone or something

And damnit, I want to see The Interview!

My mother was told when I was a child, I had oppositional defiant disorder.  If you told me the sky was blue, I’d do everything I could to prove the sky was indigo.

I still have that streak in me.  It comes out when I see stories like what has happened with The Interview: Sony cancels The Interview theatrical release after theaters pull out.

Shame on them all.  By NOT releasing this film, they’ve let the Norks win.  I am getting sick and tired of having to adjust my life because of terrorists.  Every time we do that, we give them another win.

I was thinking about that while waiting to come home from Nashville.  As a child, I loved being at the gate at the airport, watching my father leave or return home from his TDY trips.  Now, I have to great me loved one at the baggage claim. Do you know how stupid that is compared to my childhood?

And it’s just a stupid movie.  I wouldn’t be surprised if the movie sucked.  I most likely wouldn’t have wanted to see it, but once I heard that North Korea is trying to stop the movie, well, that made me WANT to see it.

Same stuff went down with South Park and episodes 200 and 201.  Just because some religions do not believe false idols, those episodes were only aired once. I missed watching them.  Now, I can’t see them on Hulu. Again, back to letting the terrorists win.  I know normal people that would have found the episodes offensive would have done the normal thing and just NOT WATCHED THE EPISODES!

So, I leave with this clip from Team America and I just want to scream:

America, Ƒü©k Yeah!
Freedom is the only way, Yeah

Damn terrorist winning again.  Trey & Matt are correct.  FREEDOM is the only way.

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