Joyce Funded Movie?

Given what Thirdpower found a few days ago, now we’ll have to wonder.

10 Responses to “Joyce Funded Movie?”

  1. Bitter says:

    If Joyce is ever connected to that, I would have some fun with it. Funding an admitted drug dealer, that would be classy. From Wikipedia:

    At the age of twelve, Jackson began dealing narcotics when his grandparents thought he was at after-school programs. He also took guns and drug money to school. … On June 29, 1994, Jackson was arrested for helping to sell four vials of cocaine to an undercover police officer. He was arrested again three weeks later when police searched his home and found heroin, ten ounces of crack cocaine, and a starter gun.

    He sounds right up their alley.

  2. ****Fitty explained that “The Gun” has a “socially conscious” theme. “It’s about how a weapon goes from manufacturing to its distribution point, to being in a citizen’s custody — and how it ends up in the wrong hands,” he said. “We watch the actual gun travel through a few different people’s hands.”*****

    That so-called “citizen” will be the worst stereotype ever.

  3. j t bolt says:

    Joyce is funding the Red Dawn remake.

  4. Carl from Chicago says:

    Don’t know about timing of release … but it might coincide nicely with the recent efforts to ban private sales at gun shows, and to add suspected terrorists to the list of prohibited purchasers.

    Joyce finds absolutely no traction in funding anti-2A scholarship, or even public opinon stuff from the VPC, Gun Guys, and others. Maybe they’ll try their social engineering Hollywood-style.

    It’s a pretty effective way to inform (and misinform) the masses.

  5. DirtCrashr says:

    Val Kilmer : so sad.

  6. Andy says:

    Val Kimer? He may be alive, but his career is a zombie.

  7. kaveman says:

    I do find it a bit odd that you attribute Thirdpower to “finding this” when it was I who actually uncovered it.

    Perhaps your bigotry is so great that you can’t attribute your sources correctly.

  8. Sebastian says:


    Pardon me, but wasn’t Thirdpowder’s name on the post? This might be a surprise to you, but I don’t have time to follow every post on other blogs in great detail. Any omission was by no means an intention sleight.

  9. kaveman says:

    Apology accepted.

  10. Sebastian says:

    I’m still wondering what I had to apologize for :)