Secret Mojo Dumbs It Down for You

October 25, 2006

The Eight Year “Agenda” of Michael J. Fox

Filed under: health,Politics,religion,science — secretmojo @ 3:52 am

Boy, I so wanted to launch into a rant at this.

Instead, I offer these videos of a man thirty times my better — not because of his disease, but because of what he’s done for the past eight years. The entirity of my life won’t add up to what this man has accomplished in such a brief time. He deserves the respect of a man who took a very personal situation (7 years in hiding), owned his destiny, and chose to help the world in response.

There really is no criticism that can be thrown on Fox, because he’s done so much generous work already. But that’s the point, isn’t it? He’s not like the usual easy targets, and that’s soooo unfair!

So criticism is flung at him, of the most noble snickering and catty kind. But if critics were honest, they would remember whilst drawing mustaches on his pictures and cackling: nineteen times out of twenty, Michael J. Fox (“The toughest part about acting is to act like I don’t have parkinsons”) is a better man than you.

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1 Comment »

  1. As I understand it, Fox has a particularly virulent strain of the disease, and I’ve yet to meet a medical professional who doesn’t think questioning his disease by the likes of Limbaugh, etc., is anything but sheer ignorance with a great deal of stupidity mixed in. My mother has Parkinsons and I find the suggestion that his disease isn’t debilitating greatly offensive- especially when I see how fast it can work.

    Thanks for calling out fools.

    Comment by curtisschweitzer — October 26, 2006 @ 1:56 am | Reply


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