The typical girl of 2014 is athletic, fun-loving and all about bright hair hues, according to American Girl. The company recently introduced 2014's "Girl of the Year" doll, Isabelle Palmer, and she's rocking pink streaks among her blond locks. For parents who aren't fans of hot pink, and the ideas it may inspire in their kids, the ombré option is detachable. American Girl describes Isabelle as an inspired dancer who is looking for her own way to shine. You can help Isabelle find her destiny with numerous accessories, including a pet kitten, a dance studio and, of course, her signature pink highlights. American Sniper, the Clint Eastwood biography of late Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, roused a lot of attention among Iraqi audiences, despite the subject matter of US-occupied Iraq.
Moviegoers in Baghdad were on the edge of their seats while watching “American Sniper” — as the controversial war drama thrilled audiences in Iraq, where much of the film is set. Since the movie’s release, many people have objected to the film’s portrayal of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle — a man who described Iraqis as “savages” in his memoir. But despite the debatable subject matter, audiences turned out in droves at the upscale Mansour Mall for one short week to see the Clint Eastwood biopic, the Global Post reported Thursday. Management eventually put their foot down, though, and ended showings “because the hero of this film boasts of killing more than 160 Muslims,” according to a theater employee.
I love watching war movies because especially now they give me the strength to face ISIS,” Mohammed said.
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The only thing that offended me was that the film was based on the life of a liar and proven BS artist.
No but maybe part 2 should be about how Ventura won his lawsuit against the Kyle estate or maybe about how Chris Kyle shot two carjackers and then gave the police a magic, navy seal, get-out-of-jail-free card and they let him go without so much as a statement or police report being filed. So his widow deserves to keep the millions of dollars they made off of selling a book that was full of lies?
The deification of this guy by so many in this country is depressing, and more than a little creepy. Trying ruin someone’s livelihood and reputation in order to enrich oneself is hardly honorable either, wouldn’t you agree? I believe either course of action would have left Ventura hated by many of the people around here, but at least following through and winning the lawsuit got him a bit of justice…and the Kyle family was hardly left wanting financially.
His wife had the ability to release an apology as Ventura initially requested and it all could have went away. Kyle was at best a braggart and at worse a liar, which definitely doesn’t bode well for his overall memory. I don’t think anyone has said anything about his confirmed kills, that said I would disagree that his military service side was great.
He made his name and reputation murdering people he called savages and terrorists, under the pretext that any male 16 years or older was a terrorist and he had a green light to kill and it would be up to the family to prove that he wasn’t a terrorists after he was killed if they wanted justice. Remember, the Nazis used youth as young as 12 in their last ditch effort to stop the Allies. Him being in a warzone caused by an illegal invasion by the US doesn’t excuse his murders. Trying to claim that suicide bombers are the reason its okay to murder any military age male (in general 16 years of age and older) in a region is okay is immoral and it is also illegal.

I’d be interested in seeing the gross that the film has made over the entire middle east.
I really miss the Middle Eastern strongmen that America kept (accidentally?) replacing with jiahidists & car-bombers. I think the big problem is that people writing about the book did not actually read it but rather out of context excerpts. The fact that US puppet government has no power in Iraq, ISIS spread in Iraq, Shiite militias that successfully repealed the US pretty much are the main force in repelling ISIS, speak to reality being much different than the annecdotes in this article. Why don’t you just go away and apply a little introspection to the savages over there troll. When you are able to formulate your issue with me though, I’ll be happy to have a discussion with you. Simpletons tend to get angry when they are confronted with things they don’t understand. Regardless of politics, or reasons to be in Iraq, the Iraqi people actually got to vote in their representatives after a real murderer and torturing despot was removed. No I wasn’t in combat in any of the invasions and illegal wars and I am proud of that fact. Women, children, and others risking their lives to the point of suicide attacks to repel foreign invaders isn’t savagery at all. You talk about Sadaam’s evil henchmen and seem to be forgetting who put Sadaam in power, who sold him weapons, who put him in place to do all the things he did.
Chris Kyle calling them makes sense to you and people like him because you don’t think. US invasions was hell on the iraqi people and for no gain at all, just as it was hell on the ignorant americans who needlessly were killed and maimed. Surely the foundations of your beliefs aren’t so weak that to allow others to even read a different view makes you uncomfortable? It seems you all would delete my post, yet allow posts that blanket anyone acting against us imperialism as savages.
I figure if you make posts against your site mantra of guns not politics and post something about Kyle, you should as a site and editorial group atleast have the stones to accept that everyone who comes here doesn’t have the same political ideas. Also you called me a liar when you claimed you didn’t delete it when everyone who could see the post knew the comment was deleted and there was a message that confirmed it was deleted.
You have rules on civil behavior yet when people behave civilly and present a comment or opinion you don’t like you remove them. That said its funny how defensive you are getting when you are correctly called out on your behavior. It was common at that time for generals and military leaders to lead and if not lead atleast be present on the field of battle. This foray by American Girl into edgier beauty trends mimics the popular ombré look with Isabelle's new 'do. In addition to contributing to The Firearm Blog, he runs 196,800 Revolutions Per Minute, a blog devoted to modern small arms design and theory. Why should he not seek legal relief for actual harm he receieved because of Kyle’s lies? No soldier who killed one of those boys was a murderer, just as Kyle is not a murderer for his kills. Just like Nazi murdering of non-military under the argument they were at war is not an excuse.

You don’t think, yet when someone applies the exact same standards that you hold against them onto you, you are the first to cry about their savagery, how inhumane they are, and etc. Maybe Alexander the Great had a different opinion but he wasn’t in a fox hole was he. Unfortunately movies that depict him as the murdering simpleton that he was would find no audience in the West. Using women, children, and other forced participants to blow up other innocent civilians … yeah, pretty savage if you ask me.
I’m sure to them its simply a reality of trying to repeal imperialism of the largest power in the world.
You have no historical perspective of how things came to be the way they are and you don’t care. Then to ignorantly try to pass off voting as being worth the chaos, the loss of life, because a government that fixes elections and is a sole puppet of the US is in power or in reality claiming to be in power is ridiculous from the start.
You are a guest here and I don’t owe you an explanation of why I took a particular action. I will state my opinion by your rules and if you don’t hold yourself accountable by the rules you publiclly claim to follow I will call you out on it. Yet you have people in this very thread who express bigoted opinions yet you allow them their posts to stand because they fall in line with your own bias against those people. Alexander the great was greek (macedon) and no they didn’t enslave the people they conquered.
Like most Eastwood films, it portrays different cultures mixing with each other in a way that is realistic enough to be compelling, but also confined to a certain perspective.
And unlike Kyle’s estate, Ventura supposedly had to pay for all of it out of his own pocket.
Remember, Ventura offered more than once to drop the suit if Kyle would simply recant his B.S. Such is the nature of war, especially when the enemy decides to hide behind civilian clothes.
They notified the public in a variety of ways that they were to leave the area by a specific time or they would be considered enemy combatants. Yet men of fighting age – 16 and up, after notice being given, became enemy combatants allowed to be engaged. The one moment in the book I think of is when he and his team enter the basement of a house where insurgents had been torturing mentally handicapped Iraqis. So trying to claim the US in removing a horrible dictator they installed to put in an ineffective dictator makes them a moral good is ridiculous on its face.
You’d rather bask in the glory of murdering people who stand against invasion and pat yourself on the back when the US government does arguably worse to others around the world than Sadaam did to his own people, with the various number of crackpot dictators and thugs the US support. Iraqis mortality rate dropped heavily, birth defects because of US army shelling, million displaced, hundreds of thousands dead, millions wounded, and the country divided into Sunni (some isis supporters som not), Shiites, and Kurds.
Like a lot of war films, it is episodic in nature, and there are some episodes within it that are really great. Shooting a combatant, even one not holding a weapon at that time, is not murder – its war!

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