Mr.T Appreciation Group

Mr.T is a fantastic caricature of some aspects of manliness. Muscle, genuine respect for the ladys and love of God. A fine role model!

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Comment by Orion Mervin M. Yoshida on September 14, 2010 at 4:51am
Mr. T is Cool :))
Comment by Viktor Alexandrovich Khersonski on June 15, 2010 at 1:32am
Unfortunately, I don't know much about Mr. T beyond his kick-ass attitude, awesome catchphrases, pity for fools and as of now, that he kicked cancer's ass... twice!
Would anyone care to educate me in the marvels of Mr. T?
Comment by Anthony Parent on April 8, 2010 at 11:46am
Mr. T is my hero, and he is a good role-model for kids. I am pretty happy other people feel the same way.
Comment by Rob Dobry on February 27, 2010 at 2:18am
Wow, a Mr. T group! Cool! I'm glad to know that there are other men out there who appreciate the great Mr. T. One of the things I really appreciate about him is his integrity. Many stars & celebrities of the 80's have had their troubles, and their private lives have betrayed their wholesome image. Hulk Hogan had a few steroid scandals back in the 90's then a messy divorce. Michael Jackson had his "issues" with young boys and the rampant plastic surgery. Many of the child stars ran into drug problems. Yet as far as I know, Mr. T never had any sort of scandal. He promoted clean living & morality, and then went and lived that lifestyle.
Comment by JR Talbert on April 30, 2009 at 1:51pm
He was one of my heroes growing up. C'mon he kicked cancers ass... twice!

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