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Edward Bass and Born Warriors, Edward Bass and Gridiron Heroes

Edward Bass and Born Warriors, Edward Bass and Gridiron Heroes


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“Handi-Capable Filmmakers”

Revolutionary in its Simplicity. Stars in Their Own Right. Our Warriors have Combated More Than the Obstacles of Hollywood.A challenging life with pain seems to have affected most of the writers, filmmakers, and artists of our time. Our warriors have that creative edge, and can be productive today, for a real life matrix exists, that connects us all and eliminating obstacles that just 10 years ago may have been difficult to overcome. As we enter into a time when all of us would eventually be physically less active and confined, “Born Warriors” lead the way. These are interactive, very handi-capable people.

When one faces a very debilitating disease they could try to escape their reality and “make a wish” by having their last hooray with a celebrity. Or maybe they can strive instead, to be a star on their own, as certainly the obstacles they have had to overcome are part of a real life script.When Jerry Lewis said ” I’d rather be dead, than have M.S.”, those words were the inspiration for just the opposite. This is an organization, run by the handi-capable, for the handi-capable, as life is loaded with challenges for all of us, and the last thing we want to be is condescending, just practical in an approach to dealing with a place all of us will in time, be.We are not fundraising, only developing a network for handicaps in the film industry.