Ashton Kutcher Offers a Great Message

Posted Nov. 4th, 2013 by Daniel J. Cox

I’ve never been a big fan of Ashton Kutcher. Nothing serious really other than he was just a bit too much in That 70s Show or whatever it was called. Never did see a whole episode but I think that’s what it was actually called. His antics on Punk’d didn’t impress me a great deal either. Then there was the gig for Nikon. Good grief, if Nikon would just throw a few bucks towards their real photographers, I thought. The Nikon thing, admittedly could have been a little green monster on my shoulder. Trying to be unbiased here but having access to so much Nikon gear may have skewed my vision on that one.


Who knows why we  just like or dislike a personality? One never knows. I did hear that he was a good old midwestern boy awhile back and that made me think a little more clearly about who he really was. Then I saw the film Jobs, where he played the the famous computer legend Steve Jobs. I was starting to warm to this handsome kid from Iowa. The next thing I know my dear wife emails me a link to a video with the message, “Think you might like this – different view of Ashton Kutcher :)”. Anything Tanya suggests I knowI have to give a try and so I did. And all I can say is, “Wow, this kid really does have it together”. Watch the video above to see what I mean. If he can influence 1/1oth of the crowd he’s talking to the world will be a better place. Good job Ashton. It’s great to see people taking a leadership role and you did it with immense class and diginity. I was very impressed. We could use more people like this guy in the world.

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  1. PhilipOn Nov. 11th, 2013

    Hi Dan,

    I saw this clip a few months back and thought the same thing. It’s been interesting seeing this other side of his career and thought process.

  2. Dave GlatzOn Nov. 8th, 2013

    Good post Dan. I too was surprised and impressed. I say Kutcher gets the nod to be cast as the star of the TV movie “the Daniel J. Cox Story.”

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      Daniel J. CoxOn Nov. 8th, 2013

      David, I’ve always said you’re a seriously funny guy:) But thanks for the vote of confidence that there would ever be any interest. NOT!

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