If they'd have stopped production on the franchise after just Robocop 1 then yes, I'd be more on their side...
Still a bit mad though!
Fans of Paul Verhoeven's 1987 classic RoboCop have launched an online campaign to erect a statue in honour of their crimebusting hero. RoboCop Via the inevitable Facebook presence, and a tin-rattling site, Brandon Walley and chums hope to raise the $50,000 necessary to make officer Murphy a permanent fixture on Detroit's …
Apart from the his birth & childhood in Gary, Indiana, his having spent most of his "adult" life in California, and few nasty court cases, sure, why not?
The Philadelphia Art Museum is (in my opinion) defiled by a statue of "Rocky" at the foot of the steps. (The boxer, not the flying squirrel, for those of you who follow US pop culture.) So wherever this object goes, let's keep it away from anything resembling a cultural institution.
They can't find a means to create jobs but they want to erect statures of a pedophile and robocop? I'm sure Bama will be able to find a way to give them $50 million tax payer dollars for statures. Hopefully Bama is convicted right after they finish with Kwame Kilpatrick, his family and cronies.
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