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Monday, December 31, 2012

Full Metal Jacket: Door Gunner

Full Metal Jacket
Door Gunner
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The Best Full Metal Jacket Movie Quotes

Door Gunner: Git some! Git some! Git some, yeah, yeah, yeah! Anyone who runs, is a VC. Anyone who stands still, is a well-disciplined VC! You guys oughta do a story about me sometime!
Private Joker: Why should we do a story about you?
Door Gunner: 'Cuz I'm so f****n' good! I done got me 157 dead gooks killed. Plus 50 water buffalo, too! Them's all confirmed!
Private Joker: Any women or children?
Door Gunner: Sometimes!
Private Joker: How can you shoot women or children?
Door Gunner: Easy! Ya just don't lead 'em so much! Ain't war hell? 

Private Eightball: What we have here, little yellow sister, is a magnificent specimen of pure Alabama Blacksnake. But it ain't too goddamned beaucoup. 
Private Joker: A day without blood is like a day without sunshine.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Where the hell are you from anyway, private?
Private Cowboy: Sir, Texas, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Holy dog shit! Texas? Only steers and queers come from Texas, Private Cowboy, and you don't look much like a steer to me, so that kinda narrows it down. Do you suck d****?
Private Cowboy: Sir, no, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Are you a peter puffer?
Private Cowboy: Sir, no, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: I bet you're the kind of guy who would f*** a person in the ass and not even have the goddamn common courtesy to give him a reach-around. I'll be watching you! 
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Did your parents have any children that lived?
Private Gomer Pyle: Sir, yes, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: I bet they regret that. You're so ugly you could be a modern art masterpiece! What's your name fat body?
Private Gomer Pyle: Sir, Leonard Lawrence, sir.
Private Eightball: Now you might not believe it, but under fire Animal Mother is one of the... finest human beings in the world. All he needs is somebody to throw hand grenades at him the rest of his life.

Private Joker: The dead know only one thing: it is better to be alive. 

Crazy Earl: These are great days we're living, bros. We are jolly green giants, walking the Earth with guns. These people we wasted here today are the finest human beings we will ever know. After we rotate back to the world, we're gonna miss not having anyone around that's worth shooting.

Private Joker: Are those... live rounds?
Private Gomer Pyle: Seven-six-two millimeter. Full metal jacket. 7.62 x 39

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Today... is Christmas! There will be a magic show at zero-nine-thirty! Chaplain Charlie will tell you about how the free world will conquer Communism with the aid of God and a few Marines! God has a hard-on for Marines because we kill everything we see! He plays His games, we play ours! To show our appreciation for so much power, we keep heaven packed with fresh souls! God was here before the Marine Corps! So you can give your heart to Jesus, but your ass belongs to the Corps! Do you ladies understand?

full metal jacket wallpaper pictures photos images video north and south Vietnam War veterans homeless living on the street,  Matthew Modine as Private/Corporal/Sergeant James T. "Joker" Davis. The narrator who claims to have joined the U.S. Marine Corps to see combat, and later becomes an independent-minded combat correspondent. Joker wears a peace-sign medallion on his uniform as well as writing "Born to Kill" on his helmet, which he explains as an expression of Jungian philosophy concerning the duality of man. Vincent D'Onofrio as Private Leonard "Gomer Pyle" Lawrence. An overweight, clumsy, slow-witted recruit who becomes the focus of Hartman's attention for his incompetence and excess weight. D'Onofrio was required to gain weight for the role and added 70 lb (32 kg) to his frame, for a total weight of 280 lb (130 kg). This weight gain broke the record for the largest weight gained for a role set by Robert De Niro for Raging Bull (1980), a record D'Onofrio still holds. It took him nine months to shed the excess weight.[2][3] R. Lee Ermey as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman. The Parris Island drill instructor who trains his recruits to transform them into Marines. R. Lee Ermey actually served as a U.S. Marine drill instructor during the Vietnam War. Based on this experience, he ad libbed much of his dialogue in the film.Arliss Howard as Private/Sergeant Robert "Cowboy" Evans. A Texan who attends boot camp with Joker and Pyle. He becomes a rifleman and later encounters Joker in Vietnam, where Cowboy takes command of a rifle squad.Adam Baldwin as Sergeant "Animal Mother". the nihilistic M60 machine gunner of the Lusthog Squad. His helmet bears the inscription: "I Am Become Death", a quotation from the Bhagavad Gita.Dorian Harewood as Corporal "Eightball". An African-American member of the Lusthog Squad, insensitive about his ethnicity (e.g. "Put a nigger behind the trigger"), and Animal Mother's closest friend.Kevyn Major Howard as Private First Class "Rafter Man". Rafter Man works as a combat photographer in the Stars and Stripes office with Joker.Ed O'Ross as Lieutenant Walter J. "Touchdown" Schinowski. The commander of the Lusthog Squad's platoon.John Terry as Lieutenant Lockhart: The PAO Officer in Charge and Joker's assignment editor.Kieron Jecchinis as Sergeant "Crazy Earl": The squad leader, he is forced to assume platoon command when Platoon Commander 2LT Walter J. Schinowski is killed. As in the novel he carries a BB gun, which is visible just before he dies.John Stafford as Doc Jay: A U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman attached to the Lusthog squad.Tim Colceri as the door gunner of the helicopter transporting Joker and Rafter Man to the Tet Offensive front. He was initially cast to play the role of "Gunnery Sergeant Hartman", which ultimately went to R. Lee Ermey.[4] Inflight, he shoots at civilians, while enthusiastically repeating "Get some!", boasting "157 dead Gooks killed, and 50 water buffaloes too." When Joker asks if that includes women and children, he admits it stating, "Sometimes." Joker then asks, "How could you shoot women and children?" to which the door gunner replies jokingly, "Easy, you just don't lead 'em so much!...Ha, ha, ha, ha...Ain't war hell?!" This scene is adapted from Michael Herr's 1977 book Dispatches. Papillon Soo Soo as Da Nang Hooker. An attractive and scantily dressed prostitute. She is memorable for the phrases, "Me love you long time", "Me so horny", and "Me sucky sucky". This site should be viewable using iPads, iPods, iPhones, Samsung tablets, Android cellular phones. Motorola, LG, HTC. Laptop computers, PC computers, Mac's, Apple products, Macintosh, Windows 7, Windows XP, Microsoft, Dell Computers, Acer Aspire, Monitors of all types, Desktops, cameras, Avast free virus protection software is recommended, Newegg is the best computer hardware site ever. Mice, mouse Razer, Logitech, Foxconn factory, Wireless Optical, Toshiba, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, prepaid, Walmart, Seagate hard drives portable devices, Blackberry, Amazon women, Sony, Canon Rebel, Powershot, HP, Gateway, Alienware, pictures, ram, Adobe Photoshop CS5 was used in creating these demotivational poster and meme's, Rosewill, New Mexico, Area 51