SOLDIER BOY: MARCH 2015 CLASSIC FILM IMAGES PHOTO QUIZ, VOL. 1234
It’s March, that time of the year again when the Ides signify the assassination of Roman dictators, madness creeps into college basketball ranks and most importantly it is time for yet another edition of America’s favorite nonsectarian mind game: the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you- as always -by the good folks who demonstrate good sense by storing away emergency crates filled with SKITTLES, America’s favorite bomb shelter breakfast candy. In this edition we celebrate those fine citizens (unless they’re not on our side, in which case, shame on you you mistakes of nature- or, at least unfortunate patrons of awkward geographic locations) who don the uniform of their nation’s military and protect us lesser minions from the daily threat from those enemies of freedom, according to the Sermon on the White House: climate change and Tea Party voter registration. (??) Listen, how can the Free World (actually hardly free, not even rent controlled) worry about such trivial concerns as terrorism and/or even terrorism enhanced with nuclear capabilities when the Executive Branch has given us all the heads up on approaching snow drifts? The challenge this month is the same as always: to correctly identify the film from which all twenty images are taken and tell someone the answers, preferably this site as otherwise it becomes a rather tedious exercise of you reciting meaningless movie lists to your toaster oven. (By the way, have we mentioned that sugar cookies topped with SKITTLES are a recommended source of protein and nutrients according to Michelle Obama’s upcoming cookbook, Great Junk My Family Eats While the Rest of You Sucker Schoolchildren are Force-Fed Kale?) The first to identify all twenty films will receive the coveted and slightly erotic CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck, troopers.