Comments Posted By Ronin
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HACKSAW REDUX

Last night was very dissapointing.

I think we should kidnap the production team for 24 and hold them in solitude for 60 minutes to see how they like losing one hour of their lives that they'll never get back.

Next week better be juicy enough to wash down the dry taste from last night. I'm a glutton for punishment.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 3.04.2007 @ 12:16

SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS

Mark,

Stab me in the neck so we fool them all. Not sure about that one. In other films the staged attack usually only injured an arm or leg, except for of course the movie "Scream" had the bad guys stabbing each other in the stomach.

I think Martha's attack was out of a genuine animosity towards a person who she beleives is absolutely evil.

Assuming Charles does survive, he will use the attack in his favor. He may either blackmale or play upon the sympathies of Martha to bring her back into his life.

Another option could be to use that attack to win his freedom, not sure how, maybe blame CTU for not protecting him.

Regardless, I will be tuned in next week - Same Bat-Time Same Bat-Channel.

These cliffhangers are killing me.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 14.03.2007 @ 11:39

"also that his wound is superficial" - The stab wound is possibly superficial but appeared not to be. The knife's blade appeard 3 inches long and entered the body behind the clavical bone in a downward motion. In the area wounded there is an artery and vein, just beyond the jugular, that go into the arm and are potentially fatal in not treated right away.

Per one of my paramedics here at work, That artery is protected by the clavical and may have not been hit. He also stated that if it were hit is should have sprayed if exposed or quickly turned the clothes red if covered as blood pumped through the hole made in the garments worn by logan.

Fatal or not, I don't know, but definately not superficial.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 13.03.2007 @ 12:45

THE SUCCESSION

Golfer, to clarify, I did not mean to kill Markov an make it look like an accident. I meant that he and Jack would both be sedated, he would not respond to resuscitation attempts and die in his sleep. Of course, Jack would be blamed for the death.

Jenny C., the actor who played Aaron can also be seen as Ens. Taylor on the USS Missouri in the kitchen scene talking Chief Petty Officer, Former Navy SEAL, Casey Ryback (Steven Seagal). Being a Steven Seagal fan, that is where I immediately recognised him from. According to IMDB he has over 100 other credits to his name incuding "Jag", "THe West Wing" and "CSI". His name is Glenn Morshower.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 8.03.2007 @ 10:07

Just when was avout to turn my back on this season for being boring and predictable, it finally get's interesting. Well, at least the previews for next week appear that way.

I have to semi-disagree with Golfer, I thought the Russians were going to just pump nerve gas into the room to sedate Jack and accidentally kill Markov themselves.

They got me hooked for another week.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 6.03.2007 @ 12:56

DANCING ON THE GRAVES OF BLACK PEOPLE

I have to say that I am disgusted with both the Republican and Democratic parties during this crisis. I think that using a disaster like this to extend any kind of political aganda is the type of thinking that is draging our country down, and making our future look bleak. I don't vote party lines, I vote for who I think will do the best job, and I have to say that no one has given me someone that I have felt good about voting for in a while.

Having said that I will tell you that I have no doubt that the person responsible is George Bush. How can I be so sure you ask? Because he is the President and the one that is ultimately responsible. Remember that plaque on Teddy Roosevelt’s desk that read "The Buck Stops Here."? It is Bush's job to make things work through what ever means he feels is necessary and damn the political consequences! The moment that it was obvious that Brown couldn't handle the responsibilities handed to him, pull him and put someone who can do the job in his place (I know that some would call this changing horses mid stream, but when your horse has four broken legs it might be a good idea), he is the one who hired him (even if congress agreed he was OK) and he needs to be the one to fire him. If the local officials get in the way, work around them. You can always point to the results of your work to shut their whining up later. The mark of great leaders has always been what they were able to accomplish in the face of adversity, and that is where Bush is failing and he is the one responsible. I would love it if all of the politicians responsible would own up to their mistakes, because we as a people know everyone made them, but they are all afraid of the “Spin”. I think that the ones that apologize and actually mean it will get the respect that they deserve from the American People and will come out ahead of all others. Those in charge need to take responsibility that is why they are in charge. So who is in charge of the President? We are. Everyone of our elected officials have reacted poorly to this situation, so what does that say about us?

And a last word about our political parties. The American People know that they have become more about spin control then truth. That is why the past elections have been close, we don't feel that either party is really being truthful to us, so we go with the "Lesser of two evils". If either party can get past the whole idea that the people are children that can't handle the truth, they will take the country by storm.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 10.09.2005 @ 01:13

POLL: TWICE AS MANY BLAME BLANC-O-NAGIN THAN BUSH

I am one of those who feel that partician politics got in the way on both sides of the fence and unfortuantly will continue to do so until we have a strong leader weather it be on the local or federal level.

Comment Posted By Ronin On 10.09.2005 @ 01:43


 


 


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