Training = good, because Under Siege 2 took place on a train

This Friday, a number of Team Seagal soldiers will be engaging in glorious battle with the trail known only as "Council Bluff." The slaughter of fat cells will be plentiful, and the replenishment of them will be swift thanks to lots of post-ride PBRs. One lap? That's for PU-SSIES. We're talking 2, maybe 3. Hell, some of us have been contemplating suicide lately, and we may go through with it by using the old "4 laps of Council Bluffs" technique. Think you're man/jackass enough to join? Be there or be L7.

On another more "order of business" note, the only three of us have actual official names. The rest of you guys need to get a name. Here is a list of his characters along with their respective movies, that haven't been taken yet:

Prince of Pistols (2008) (in production) .... John Prince
Marker (2008) (post-production) .... Matt
Once Upon a Time in the Hood (2007) (post-production) .... Simon
Flight of Fury (2007) (V) .... John Sands
Attack Force (2006) (V) .... Marshall Lawson
Shadow Man (2006) (V) .... Jack Foster
Mercenary for Justice (2006) (V) .... John Seeger
Black Dawn (2005) (V) .... Jonathan Cold
Today You Die (2005) (V) .... Harlan Banks
Submerged (2005) (V) .... Chris Cody
Into the Sun (2005) .... Travis Hunter
Out of Reach (2004) (V) .... William Lansing
Clementine (2004) .... Jack Miller
Belly of the Beast (2003) (V) .... Jake Hopper
Out for a Kill (2003) (V) .... Prof. Robert Burns
The Foreigner (2003) .... Jonathan Cold
Half Past Dead (2002) .... Sasha Petrosevitch
Ticker (2001) .... Frank Glass
Exit Wounds (2001) .... Orin Boyd
The Patriot (1998/I) .... Dr. Wesley McClaren
Fire Down Below (1997) .... Jack Taggart
The Glimmer Man (1996) .... Lt. Jack Cole
Executive Decision (1996) .... Lt. Colonel Austin Travis
On Deadly Ground (1994) .... Forrest Taft
Marked for Death (1990) .... John Hatcher
Above the Law (1988) .... Nico Toscani

I particularly like Nico Toscani, Marshall Lawson (which includes the phrase "marshall law") and Sasha Petrosevitch.

Thanks to DRJ for hosting a badass group ride and thanks to Chris Ploch for making the painfest a little more enjoyable @ the ranch.

1 comment:

cploch said...

Thank George not DRJ, we just get invited too.