Monday, 26 May 2008

Mute Monday: Courage













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12 comments:

Kate said...

Nice MM! Love the shot of Russell Crowe...

The Troll said...

Very nice topical pics. Happy Mute Monday!

Anonymous Boxer said...

Oh! These are great - the beheading? Anne Boleyn? Happy MM!

moi said...

Yours is the first post I've seen so far that includes the photo of the unknown protester at Tiananmen Square. Massive courage, right there. Great coverage of the topic. Happy MM!

Polar said...

Well Stated!

Aunty Belle said...

Heh!! We have some in common--

These are terrific--gladiator (an' somebody did a Braveheart--yeah!) Enjoyed this--happy MM!

SeaRabbit said...

Love the Tienanmen shot and Anne Boleyn!!
Happy MM!

Gypsy said...

Great Russell Crowe shot and being a Gladiator would definitely qualify as being courageous. Well done and Happy Mute Monday Cake.

Vixen said...

Great pictures!
HappyMonday!!!

Walker said...

Very nice MM.
Courage yes, the courage to even bring a life into this world.

Brian said...

Bit of a late one but I just learned of this from my fav footie website.

Winning under threat of death if you do. Bloody hell!

Effortlessly Average said...

Fang was a military man. His normal duties were for him to stand in front of heavy equipment as a means to test how easily the equipment could roll through peaceful protesters.

Fang had earned many medals and accolades performing this task, including the much sought after title of Vice President al Dente.

One day Fang decided he needed a vacation. He took a fast pontoon boat to a nearby island to witness the ancient pilgrim ritual of knighthood being performed by Batman, while Robin and Friar Tuck look on.

While at the festival, Fang ran into Australian movie star Russel Crow, who obviously had just come from expressing his disatisfaction with another front desk clerk over the proper tying of the Hotel Black Belt's tying of his bath robe knot.

Fang and Russel hit the bar for a few pints, where they ran into Hulk Hogan, who tried to sell them a velvet reproduction of the Dali painting Black Bull Hates the Matador's Drapes to raise bail money for his son.

With his new prize in tow, Fang retired to his room for a little light reading and some sleep.