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(UPI)   I pity the fool who don't wish Mr T a very happy 68th birthday   (upi.com) divider line
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2020-05-21 8:37:26 AM  
Mr. T is cool and will always be cool. He also seems like a really nice guy.

Happy birthday to you, Mr. T!
 
2020-05-21 10:39:53 AM  
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2020-05-21 10:48:36 AM  

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Why is Mr. T tossing Seth Rogan?
 
2020-05-21 10:49:28 AM  
He does not have time for jibba-jabba.
 
2020-05-21 10:55:02 AM  
Only 68?
Please pity Mr. T. I am a fool.

/thought he was waaaay older
//Happy Birthday!
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2020-05-21 10:57:10 AM  

Firthoffourth: Only 68?
Please pity Mr. T. I am a fool.

/thought he was waaaay older
//Happy Birthday!
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Ugh.. please pity ME...
 
2020-05-21 11:15:37 AM  
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2020-05-21 11:51:15 AM  

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Why is Mr. T tossing Seth Rogan?


I was going to go with Donal Logue
 
2020-05-21 1:53:19 PM  
There is a movie Mr. T did back in 1983 called DC Cab. It was the type of movie that probably wouldn't/couldn't be made today - an R rated no-holds barred sex, race, and homophobia jokes buffet. 'Course, the movie was hilarious. But it was also the type of movie you'd think Mr. T - who was at the time a vocal devout Christian, who constantly talked up being a good role-model for kids, etc. - would have avoided like the plague. I guess he figured it was okay since the character he portrayed was pretty much an extension of himself. But it was a minor controversy at the time.

Anyway, Happy Birthday, Mr. T!
 
2020-05-21 2:06:29 PM  

browneye: There is a movie Mr. T did back in 1983 called DC Cab. It was the type of movie that probably wouldn't/couldn't be made today - an R rated no-holds barred sex, race, and homophobia jokes buffet. 'Course, the movie was hilarious. But it was also the type of movie you'd think Mr. T - who was at the time a vocal devout Christian, who constantly talked up being a good role-model for kids, etc. - would have avoided like the plague. I guess he figured it was okay since the character he portrayed was pretty much an extension of himself. But it was a minor controversy at the time.

Anyway, Happy Birthday, Mr. T!


Adam Baldwin was the "star" of that craptastic bit of cinema. It was so bad it was good.
 
2020-05-21 4:22:36 PM  
Hey, Woman. Hey, Woman! Listen here. Since your old man ain't got no heart, maybe you like to see a real man. I bet you stay up late every night dreamin' you had a real man, don't ya? I'll tell you what. Bring your pretty little self over to my apartment tonight, and I'll show you a real man.
 
2020-05-21 4:47:10 PM  

chevydeuce: browneye: There is a movie Mr. T did back in 1983 called DC Cab. It was the type of movie that probably wouldn't/couldn't be made today - an R rated no-holds barred sex, race, and homophobia jokes buffet. 'Course, the movie was hilarious. But it was also the type of movie you'd think Mr. T - who was at the time a vocal devout Christian, who constantly talked up being a good role-model for kids, etc. - would have avoided like the plague. I guess he figured it was okay since the character he portrayed was pretty much an extension of himself. But it was a minor controversy at the time.

Anyway, Happy Birthday, Mr. T!

Adam Baldwin was the "star" of that craptastic bit of cinema. It was so bad it was good.


And it had two of Fark's favorites: Gary Busey who portrayed some kind of wild, wacked-out, madman - so pretty much himself (and this was before the motorcycle accident).  And Joel 'I put nipples on the Batman's suit!' Schumacher was the director.

Definitely a good movie to check out during quarantine.
 
2020-05-21 5:44:49 PM  
Mr T on the claymation episode of Conan O'Brien was the greatest event in tv history.

In The Year 2000... "Mr. T Claymation Edition" - 5/15/03
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