Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and USO entertainers meet with service members at Incirlik Air Base, Dec. 5, 2016. Dunford, along with USO entertainers, will visit service members who are deployed from home during the holidays at various locations across the globe. This year’s entertainers included actor Chris Evans, actress Scarlett Johansson, NBA Legend Ray Allen, 4-time Olympic Medalist Maya DiRado, Country Music Singer Craig Campbell, and mentalist Jim Karol. (DoD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dominique A. Pineiro/Released)

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Actor Chris Evans invites a young man to attend the premiere of a movie

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The amazing power of the worldwide web strikes again when Keaton Jones who has a video of himself tackling the issue of being a victim of bullying this weekend on video,  has captured the attention of actor Chris Evans who is famous for his role as Captain  America in the movies.

Evans has reached to Jones by offering him and his mother free tickets to attend the premiere of the Avengers: Infinty War movie that will be released in 2018.

It is a very kind gesture of the part of Evans and other Hollywood actors and actresses who are giving advice to Keaton to “remain strong” facing down bullies who have tormented him in his childhood.

It is nice to see persons who are in a position of authority reach out to children in need since they will be our future leaders when they reach adulthood.

The best way I know of to beat bullies on the internet or face to face is to not allow harmful words to take you down. Just say the opposite of a harmful word and watch as the enemy crumbles like a cookie when the offending word fails to take down the victim just like some right wing talk show hosts have to endure on their talk radio shows.


What do you think?

Written by Deepizzaguy

Satire writer, loves WordGirl cartoons, baseball fan and an old school hero fan.


  1. Very cool on the part of Chris Evans, though it’s too bad that the boy’s mother detracts from the focus on her son. Between her own racist and aggressive comments on Facebook and the suggestion that she’s trying to milk the whole situation for money, she takes away from what we should really be focusing on: doing something to stop kids like her son from being bullied.