Thank you Charlton Heston for the wonderful work and legacy in cinema you have laid for us. Thank you for your role as Moses in The Ten Commandments, which I saw EVERY Easter-Passover season on TV since I was a small schister and for your role as Ben Hur. Thank you for your real life role as President of the National Rifle Association. Albeit controversial, you showed your passion in defending legal gun owners rights in the United States and stood up against leftist utopians with their rigid thinking that if you take guns from everybody, world peace will come—which you knew so well was (and still is) sentimental dreamy nonsense. The six year struggle with Alzheimers may have killed your body—but can never destroy your soul. Rest in peace, Mr.Heston and once again thank you.