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I’ll have my say about the loser Alinsky-ite slumber party that took over the Brooklyn Bridge later today.

For now, I’m keeping it positive on this gorgeous Sunday afternoon. There are signs of hope out there in Hollyweird that punks can and do grow up.

Here’s the trailer for “The Other F Word” — an intriguing new documentary on rocker fathers (including Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Mark Hoppus from Blink 182) who reflect on how having children changed their lives.

Takeaway quote from Flea:

“The classic parent attitude to a kid is ‘I brought you into this world, I gave you life.’ But it’s like, I just think completely the opposite. My kids gave me life.”

Rock on, dad…

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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