Loud mouths… since when is that a bad thing?
May 1, 2012
Don’t think I don’t read the comments on my posts. And please do realize that when someone calls me a loud mouth that I take pride in the fact that I just got you to listen to something. I would be a crappy American, a crappy father, and a crappy Christian if I did not express my views. If you do not like or agree with them, than change the channel. It is a mouse click away.
For those that wish to continue to read, when I was 6 years old my mother’s mom was dying of breast cancer. Every weekend I went one of two places… either to Chicago with my mom to see my Granny or to Jackson MI with my dad to see my Grandmother who was in the beginning stages of Parkinson’s disease. One time when I was in Jackson, MI with my dad, my cousin Matt and his friend from school, we ran into Ted Nugent at a grocery store in Jackson. I knew who Ted was from the records my father owned. My dad introduced me to him at that grocery store.
I forgot about that for a long time until I had the privilege of meeting him on the set of Sons of Guns. The few hours I spent with him that day were priceless. What you did not see on TV is that we sat and ate lunch together for almost 2 hours and discussed a lot of things. I have never been an autograph person but i sure did pull my Gibson SG out of my truck and have him sign it. He also signed a Bible for me that I gave to a friend that is an avid hunter and was the first person to get me to actually go to church.
Ted and I talked about a lot of cool stuff that day. But the most important thing I learned from him was to stand up for what you believe no matter what. No matter who makes fun of it, and to value the future of America for the sake of our children and our grandchildren. This is America people. If you don’t like hearing the truth…. change the channel.
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