Confessions of a Military Wife - The New York Times
This week at Sundance will see the premiere of the trailer for Range 15 , a zombie movie starring US Army veterans. Sick of Kathryn Bigelow and other directors' depictions of ex-soldiers, former infantry officer Nick Palmisciano created an Indiegogo campaign to raise money to create a film that portrayed veterans as more than sad sacks with PTSD. The crowdfunder raised over a million dollars. Palmisciano then hired a lead cast of veterans, including Marcus "the Lone Survivor" Luttrell, along with roles played by William Shatner and Danny Trejo. Palmisciano and his veteran-turned-actor colleagues want the film to express their politically incorrect comedy—yes, many veterans suffer from PTSD, but they also get through war zones through humor.
The Disabled Iraq Veteran Starring in a Military Zombie Film
It was 96 degrees in Pensacola, 96 swampy degrees, at the height of lovebug season, a deceptively pretty name for the swarms of black insects that every September mate in midair; when the deed is done, the male dies. Or so legend has it -- it's not actually true. But during the two days I was there, I was told this "fact" repeatedly. Always by a woman and always with a smile. Now, at 7 p.
Perverted wife is fulling around with her always lustful and naughty beaver and warning it up before a wild deep penetration. Just look how that alluring babe is tenderly running her tongue down her man's loaded junk and getting it ready as well. She knows how to pleasure her randy husband.