I gotta hand it to Jon! He was challenged to pour ice cold water over himself in the name of ALS, and he did it! One of my Facebook friends challenged him, and there was no doubt in my mind he'd do it. This friend also challenged her own husband, who also did it, and Adam Ant, who to my knowledge has not taken up her challenge. I told her I honestly don't think Adam Ant will do it. He's too much of a wussy!! If he even pays any attention at all to his fans. I don't know, he seems more like the self-important type to me. I don't think Adam Ant even cares anything about his fans OR ALS. This friend said she's going to convert me into an Adam Ant fan and I said "mmm, I don't think so!" LOL! I don't like wussies. I only like 2 songs by Adam Ant, that does not constitute fanhood to me. Part of the reason I love INXS so much is because they are so good at interacting with their fans. And not for self-righteous reasons either. Anyways, here is Jon's Ice bucket challenge:
He loses his shades in the process, but at least he did it! I love him for it!! I didn't even know he has a YouTube channel! I subbed him. It's rare I sub anyone really, if I do, it's because I LOVE that person's videos. Well, I just love Jon. He's a good guy!
I gotta tell you, this movie Never Tear Us Apart is my new favorite movie! I love it! I cannot wait to see the next INXS movie! I heard Richard Lowenstein is going to come up with his own INXS movie. I can't wait! I want to see if it has the same affect on me as this one did! Very few movies actually can bring tears to my eyes, this one did! The only other movies that have had that affect on me was Amadeus and Gorillas in the Mist. I first saw Amadeus in 1986, in school, and it was so sad, I wept the first time I saw it. My friends tell me it's just a movie. Well, it's a true story about Mozart's life. Most of the movies that are sad to me are the true stories. I've seen The Color Purple, and I have heard people say they cry at the end of that movie too. The ending makes me smile, but never makes me cry because it's a fictional movie.
I also cried at the end of Gorillas in the Mist, it's a good movie too, about the life of Dian Fossey. I knew about her before the movie came out, I'd seen her on TV and heard her name several times. But when I saw that movie, I became a confirmed admirer. I still am! Although I have stopped crying at the end of watching that movie, I'd seen it so many times. Now, Never Tear Us Apart is my new favorite movie. Been a long time since I've cried over Michael, this darn movie has got me started again!!