Charger’s most recent post was this picture of Allison, four days ago, writing, “She is beautiful and my opinion of her will not change but everyone is entitled to have their own opinion, I think a few of them who just want to be keyboard warriors throwing abuse and insults should keep their opinions to themselves though.”
Here are some hashtags used by Charger to describe Allison Mack:
“Stay true to yourself. Don’t worry about what people think of you or about the way they try to make you feel. If people want to see you as a good person, they will. If they want to see you as a bad person, absolutely nothing you do will stop them. Ironically, the more you try to show them your good intentions, the more reason you give them to knock you down if they are committed to misunderstanding you. Keep your head up high and be confident in what you do. Be confident in your intentions and keep your eyes ahead instead of wasting your time on those who want to drag you back. Because you can’t change people’s views, you have to believe that true change for yourself comes from within you, not from anyone else.”
“To me, Allison’s beauty is more than just her looks, it’s everything about her,” -Charger.
“Allison is perfection at its best ♥♥♥” – Charger
So who is Allison’s brave champion, Charger426hemi1?
Some claim it is Allison herself. I believe the answer lies in Charger’s name.
A Charger 426 Hemi is an engine placed in a Dodge Charger. What famous car in the movies had a Charger 426 hemi? In the 2005 The Dukes of Hazzard motion picture, Cooter replaced the “General’s” original engine with a Chrysler 426 Hemi engine.
The General Lee from the movie “The Dukes of Hazard (2006).
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