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|17 Rambo isn't violent. I see Rambo as a philanthropist. SYLVESTER |
STALLONE (b. 1946), U.S. aclor, filmmaker. Today (London, 27 May 1988). 18
Under all conditions well -organized violence seems to him the shortest distance
|Any man who has once proclaimed violence as his method is inevitably forced to |
take the lie as his principle. - Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Rambo isn't violent. I see
Rambo as a philanthropist. - Stallone, Sylvester If a man is pictured chopping off
|Though the punishment is somewhat theatrical, Pilecki isn't really all that |
concerned about the offense. "What is serious to me is any sort of violence, "he
says. ... "Ramfeo, Rambo, Rambo," Pilecki stops him with a mock-prissy lecture: "I
find that attitude in complete opposition to our goals ... Philanthropist Sam
Peabody heads the newly formed Tuition Partnership Program, which gets
wealthy individuals to ...
|He was stern and ferocious, similar to protagonists in the grittier, glummer, more |
violent action-adventure films of the past few years. ... 1969 From The Avengers'
Emma Peel to Mrs. 007, Rigg was cool, smart and poignant Grace Jones A View
to a Kill, ... tycoon who uses environmental philanthropy to mask his plan to divert
water from the peasants of South America. ... Yet Craig's Bond isn't given to soul
searching. He's a brute acting on instinct: Rambo of Her Majesty's Secret Service.
|THE PHILANTHROPIST Matthew Broderick, Jonathan Cake, Anna Made- ley, |
and Steven Weber star in the Roundabout ... As it turns out, this isn't the A/C/E
line but a metaphysical metro on which the passengers must each face some
kind of ... of actors, including Joanna Gleason and Hunter Foster, many of whom
find shades of nuance even in banal material. ... RAMBO SOLO For ninety-five
minutes, in this execrable piece conceived by Pavol Liska and Kelly Copper, who
head the ...
|When you have to kill the same terrorist twice in one week there's either something wrong with your world or something wrong with your skills... and there's nothing wrong with Joe Ledger's skills.|
|A Palestinian scholar and leader offers a look at the troubling recent history of his country and the Middle East from a Palestinian perspective, sharing his rationale for promoting a two-state solution to the problems affecting the region.|
|In an attempt to conjure some meaning from his life, he embarks on an autobiography, but he finds himself writing the story of another man in another, imagined, world, whose insidious attraction draws him even further in . . .|
|Publisher's Note: 100% of the advance for this book has been donated to Child Fund International and RAINN.|Adwww.cmich.edu/PhilanthropyOnline master's in Philanthropy. Central MI Univ. Request free info!
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