Quote: John Travolta on The Good Guys

John Travolta, 60 - American Actor

John Travolta, 60 – American Actor

“Playing a bad guy is always a freeing experience, because you don’t have the same envelope of restrictions as you have playing a good guy. Good guys restrain themselves; they kind of have their moral fiber cut out for them in varying degrees.”

Thank God for the good guys who restrain themselves because, it may be a freeing experience to play a bad guy in a movie, but it wreaks havoc when translated into the real world. kqd

Please read my related post – The Good Guys Vol. #2 Essay 5

4 thoughts on “Quote: John Travolta on The Good Guys

  1. There is a lot of talk from women about how evil men are. I think that I know the guys in my men’s church group pretty well. They are nothing like that. I would welcome anyone as a brother-in-law, if there were this opportunity.

    Maybe these ladies are going to the wrong bar.


  2. Oh, amen and much appreciation for the good guys! One thing that really led me away from feminism was when all this talk about the alleged rape culture began. I’d look around and see a bad guy or two, but than I’d see a few dozen men hovering in the shadows, protective, watchful, friendly, and I was able to spot the lie in that particular deception that tries to portray men as the enemy.

    That was long ago, but more recently I was again reminded of that gracious and protective nature many men embrace. I had a brake light go out and no less than six men, complete strangers, felt compelled to let me know about it. It actually got a bit embarrassing, but it was really sweet. They didn’t even know me, but they were trying to protect me from getting a ticket.

    That is a much truer representation of how men interact with women, then this nonsense about the rape culture and this perception of men as great oppressors who are all out to get us.


    • Agreed. It’s all lesbian-led, baseless feminist BS. It’s unfortunate that so many naive, college-age, young women are so willing to believe feminism’s blatant lies about Christian men. They are deliberately denying themselves so much joy.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.