Took me longer than an ‘Hour‘ though …
In my study of Journalism, Graphic Design and Fine Arts, I learned a simple lesson: “Keep your mouth shut and let the pictures do the talking.”
These ‘stills’ from My Darling Clementine speak loudly. My Darling Clementine probably contains more ‘Iconic Images’ than any other Western ever made. These are just a few:
Epic! The famous ‘Walk’ to the climactic gunfight at OK Corral
‘The Wild Bunch’ … doing ‘the Walk’? You betcha!
Intentional – or not (and I surely believe it was)
Pekinpah’s Wild Bunch do ‘The Walk’
By Frank Prassel, University of Oklahoma Press 1972
Are We Safer than the Citizens of Dodge City? By Jim Higginbotham
Sometimes the answers to seemingly complex social problems are hidden in plain sight. Social engineers, lawmakers and “experts” from all around spout off an endless stream of statistics to support or rationalize their position one side or the other of the “gun control” issue. Now I don’t like the term “gun control” for it is ambiguous and usually used to mask the real intent of those advocating it so for the purpose of this discussion let us just say “more restrictive guns laws”. One might think that this is a relatively new idea, it is not! You can go back to the Roman Empire and find the existence of cross bow control, you can look to England and find attempts to disarm the various colonists under their imperial thumb – the American colonists come to mind as an unsuccessful attempt to debar the use of arms to an indigent population. There are many examples of the failure of laws which attempt to disarm the violent in our society but none are more graphic as examples or easier to measure in effect than those in the “wild west” of America circa 1870-1900.
read more … http://www.sightm1911.com/lib/rkba/check_gun.htm