He worked in the New York (Brooklyn) Navy Yard. He walked to the bar after work, for a cold beer, shoot pool, and unwind. He was one of us, the People.
BLOGGIN' BAD w/Gunny G ~MAKE AMERICA "AMERICAN"! AGAIN!!!!! BRING BACK AMERICA's HAT! (THE BAD ASS DEPLORABLE FEDORA!) ~ SH!TCAN THE STAIN, STIGMA, STENCH AND SHAME OF "THE PRINCE OF FOOLS"~ "FINALLY" ~ BRING THE POF TO JUSTICE!, EXPOSE! AINOs (AMERICANS IN NAME ONLY), AND FLUSH THE SWAMP~POWER-FLUSH "TWICE!"-("FLOATERS") -POTUS .45 TRUMP COCKED and LOCKED!.....-ONE RIGHTEOUS MAN--IF WE CAN KEEP HIM! ~ Illegitimi non carborundum..!
Posted on 7/9/2017, 8:55:57 AM by HarleyD
At the time, Steve McQueen was the number-one movie star in the world, and he is still used as a point of reference for masculinity and “coolness” to this day. He was (and is) the definition of an American icon. … But notwithstanding all his fame and fortune, a colossal vacuum lived rent-free in Steve McQueen’s heart, a yawning chasm, a lack of purpose rooted in the absence of functional, involved parents. He spent his whole life avoiding his mother and searching for his father—searching for someone or something to stand in for him, someone to love him.
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