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Monday, December 28, 2015

Bruce Willis


12/ 16/2015
Mr. Bruce Willis
Misery (Until Feb 14th 2016)
c/o Broadhurst  Theatre
235 West 44th Street
New York, NY  10036
USA

Dear Mr. Willis,

My name is Matt Winick and I’m a fan of your work in acting in different tv shows including different movies.  My favorite show that you played in was Moonlighting because I liked the plot of the series about David Addison, a detective who runs an detective agency teams up with a Maddie Hayes to solve different cases. In Moonlighting, I liked on how the show had a great balance of drama, comedy, and crime drama and I thought you did a great job acting in show including making David Addison a great character because I liked on how you made him have a sense of humor while solving different cases.  My favorite movies that you played in Die Hard series, 16 Blocks, Cop Out, Red 1, and Red 2.   In 2010,  I enjoyed seeing Red in the movie theaters because I enjoyed on how they movie had a great mix between comedy and action.  I enjoy the plot on Red about a guy named Frank Moses, a former black-ops CIA agent who is retired where he is lonely and chats with Sarah who works for a General Administration Services, later gets disturbed when squad including the CIA target him which makes him team up with his former CIA mentor Joe, Marvin , a former black ops agent, Ivan, an ex-Russian secret agent, and Victoria, an Assassin to find out who is targeting them and discover a conspiracy.  In Red, I thought you did a great job portraying Frank Moses because I liked on how you made Frank have comedy lines mixed with action and make Frank play an interesting role with the rest of the characters. After watching Red, I became a huge fan of the movie and the sequel.

Mr. Willis,  I’m proud to be a fan of your acting because you do such a great job making  your character have a great balance between action and comedy.  Your acting in Red got me to be very inspired and motivated to watch movies that have action mixed with comedy and being a fan of Red movie series. I’m sending you a picture of me as a gift to you to remind you on how much you inspired me to be a fan of your acting.  Also I was wondering if you could please share with me on a sheet of paper on explain what it was like playing Frank Moses in Red. I hope that there will be a Red 3 because the series did a great job making it fun to watch. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, working hard in acting including making Red a great movie, and inspiring me to be a fan of you.  I wish you well on acting in your broad way Misery and the future of your acting.  

P.S. here is some cash as a gift to you for your hard work and you can use it to donate to charity to help U.S. troops including veterans get the care they need.

Have a Great Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!

Sincerely,

Matt Winick


Monday, December 21, 2015

Mr. Jon Seda Chicago PD



10/7/2015
Mr. Jon Seda
“Chicago P.D. – Season 3”
c/o Cinespace Chicago Film Studios
2621 W. 15th Place
Chicago, IL  60608
USA
Dear Mr. Seda,

My name is Matt Winick and I am a fan of your acting in two of my favorite tv shows Homicide Life On The Streets and Chicago P.D.  Before I started to Watch Chicago PD, I was a fan of NBC tv show Homicide Life On The Streets. The reason I enjoyed the show was because I liked on how the cast members including you made your characters to have different traits or approach on solving different cases and the show had a great balance between drama, crime, and learning how to overcome different obstacles. In Homicide Life On The Streets my favorite characters were John Munch, Paul Falsone, Frank Pembleton, Meldrick Lewis, Kay Howard, Laura Ballard, Al Giardello, Tim Bayliss, and Mike Kellerman.  I thought you did a great job portraying and making Detective Falsone an interesting character on the show.   The reason I consider Falsone to be one of my favorite characters on Homicide Life On The Streets along with 8 other characters because I like on how you make Falsone have an great cop background on the need to solve a case, having a sense of humor, and taking the time to work with different partners on different cases. I thought it was great to have you as the main cast of season 6 and 7.   Also in those seasons I really like on learning Falsone’s personal interest and developing a relationship with detective Laura Ballard where you both worked on some cases.   Also in season 6 and 7 I really liked on how you expanded on Falsone’s role in a case during the crossover between Law And Order and Homicide Life On The Streets.  After your role on Homicide Life On The Streets I got very excited to hear about you starring in Chicago PD on NBC because you do such a great job acting as a police detective and being a guest star on Chicago Fire since 2012.  In January 2014, I started to watch the first episode of Chicago PD and I really liked it because I liked learning about how intelligence unit solve cases using different methods. In Chicago PD,  I really like your character Antonio Dawson  because I like on how he uses good cop methods to solve cases, have the commitment to work hard to overcome his struggles with personal life, having the commitment to help Chicago Fire help save Chicago,  and has good methods to help protect C.I.s  on cases. I really enjoyed watching all seasons 1-2 and I look forward to watch season 3 of the show to see more of your character Antonio’s role in the show.

Mr. Seda, I consider one of my favorite actors for crime drama tv shows because you do such a great job making your detective character have an interesting trait on solving cases, have sense of humor, and using different methods.  I’m very proud of you for working hard with the cast of Homicide Life On The Streets and the cast of Chicago PD including Chicago Fire to make these shows fun to watch.  Another thing is I was wondering if you could explain to me your thoughts on your character Antonio and what it is like playing in a crime drama show. I wish you well on season 3 of Chicago PD where I can see Antonio’s role in the show and how his assistance on Intelligence unit can solve crimes.  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter and getting me interested in watching crime drama shows including being a fan of your character.
Sincerely,


Matt Winick


Monday, December 14, 2015

Former U.S. Attorney Debra Wong Yang for Central District of California


10/27/2015
Ms. Debra Wong Yang
Partner
c/o Gibson, Dunn LLP
333 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90071-3197
USA
Dear Ms. Yang

My name is Matthew Winick, an Asian American from Ann Arbor, Michigan with a strong interest in studying history, public policy, and social justice. These subjects are my favorite to learn the need to advance on Civil Rights to reduce discrimination, protect the environment from pollution, help protect victims from crime, and have diversity to make society stronger.  Ms. Yang, I find your work on helping the Asian American community and later as U.S. Attorney for Central District of California very inspiring to me.

When you served as President of The Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles, California I was very proud on how you implemented creating the museum to help educate people about Asian American history including how they overcome their struggles in order to help show awareness about Asian American communities, how they made a great difference in our country, and help make learning a better place. Under the Asian American Bar Association, I liked on how you helped advocate for minorities, gender, people with disabilities, and Asian Americans to get assistance on the bar exams.  In your role as U.S. Attorney for Central District of California, I liked on how you pushed for strict hate crime laws to help protect minorities, gender, people with disabilities, and people with different preferences from being targeted by a hate crime.  To reduce crime and make society safe, I liked on how you handled ending the arson case where you prosecuted an arson investigator from Glendale for setting fires in the state of California and prosecuted the first federal carjacking case in California.  After you left your role as U.S. Attorney position, I was very proud on how you continue being a true advocate to make Civil Rights stronger, helping show more awareness in Asian including Asian American culture, and supporting victim’s rights including people with disabilities rights.   

In March 2015, I went to visit the Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles and I enjoyed visiting the museum.  The reason I enjoyed visiting the museum was because the exhibits were well organized from history of China, life of Chinese in America in the early years including the Gold Rush, the struggles that the Chinese immigrants including Chinese American face with discrimination in America with how they work hard to overcome it, and how Chinese Americans are making history or making a difference for the Asian American community.  The museum did a great job helping me understand more about their culture with their diversity. Also I enjoyed seeing a replica of Sung Wing Wo General Store and Herb Shop where I got to learn about what it was like for Chinese to do business in America and to learn how different herbs are used to help benefit people. Having Autism is hard because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects, sometimes I struggle with speech when communicating with other people, and sometimes I get teased by other people. As an Asian American with a disability, I struggle to fit in with other Asian Americans including Asians because they tease me about how I don’t fit well with them based on having a disability including struggle with learning advance subjects.  However, your work on helping show awareness about Asian Americans including Asians, advocating for the need to advance on Civil Rights, and supporting people with disabilities’ rights really inspires me to work hard on my disability which is Autism with a learning disability and to be confident about being an Asian American with an interest in studying history including their culture.

Ms. Yang, I strongly believe that you made a great difference for society including history in your roles as President of Chinese American Museum and later as U.S. Attorney For Central District of California on helping show awareness about Asian including Asian American culture, supporting Civil Rights to reduce discrimination, advocating for people with disabilities’ rights, and prosecuting cases to reduce crime. You have made an impact on me to become interested in history, being confident about being an Asian American with having an interest in their background, and working hard on Autism.  I’m proud to call you a true role model for me.  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, making a great difference from your work, and inspiring me.  I wish you well on continuing being an advocate to make society better with equal opportunity and helping Asians including Asian Americans get awareness.

Sincerely,


Matthew B. Winick



Monday, December 7, 2015

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander


11/23/2015
Missouri Secretary of  State Jason Kander
c/o Missourians For Kander
P.O. Box 548
Columbia, MO  65205
USA

Dear Secretary of State Kander,
My name is Matthew Winick from Ann Arbor, Michigan and I have a strong interest in studying public policy including history.  These subjects are my favorite to learn because I like to learn the need to advance on Civil Rights to help protect people who are different from being discriminated, have government reform to reduce corruption in elections including public officials caused by lobbying groups or gifts, protect victims rights from being abused by the criminal justice system to reduce crime,  protect the environment from pollution, and many others. The main reason I’m writing the letter is because I find your work as former Missouri House of Representative from the 44th district and currently as Missouri Secretary of State to be very inspiring to me.

When you served as Missouri House of Representative from the 44th District, I liked on how you supported protecting Civil Rights to help protect minorities, gender, and people with disabilities from being discriminated in education including public places. Also on bipartisanship, I liked on how you worked across the aisle with Republican State Representative Tim Flook on passing the “Kander/Flook “bill, an ethics bill which made running campaign contributions through different committees where a form of money laundering that donors and politicians use it to make it look like a legislation is not bought and sold become a felony to reduce corruption in the committees including members of the committee to make legislation fairer. Also on reforming the criminal justice system, I liked on how you became the author of Sam and Lindsey’s to allow authorities work to prevent kidnapping of children during custody battles and strengthening human trafficking laws that help expand services to victims of human trafficking including women on getting the treatment they need.  As Missouri Secretary of State, I liked on how you worked with Democrats including Republicans to keep the address of domestic violence victims confidential to help protect them from their abusers and pushing for ethics reform that makes Secretary of State staff members be prohibited from accepting gifts from lobbyist.  During the Ferguson crisis caused by the death of Michael Brown including the damage on the city, I was very proud of how you used your role as Secretary of State to work with different small business owners in Ferguson to create Ferguson Rebuild, a non-profit initiative to raise money to provide grants to help rebuild business including the community that were damaged or destroyed by the protest to improve the economy. To help recover taxpayer’s money, I liked on how you lead an investigation with the Missouri Attorney General into Stand & Poor including other scam artists to help protect Missouri citizens from financial fraud 

Secretary Kander, your work on ethics reform in your role as former Missouri State of Representative and as currently Missouri Secretary of State got me to be very interested in taking a government course called Campaigns and Elections.  In Campaign and Elections, I learned about how campaigns work, history of different elections, how campaigns including elections influence people, and many others Also my instructor including my tutor worked with me on learning the need for campaign finance reform including ethics reform to reduce corruption in elections, campaigns, and public officials like the need to reduce gifts from lobbyist or special interest groups, have disclosure to help voters identify where the money is coming from, limit contributions from financial institutions or lobbying groups, and having a waiting period before a legislative member or staff member becomes a lobbyist.  I have Autism with a learning disability and having it is hard for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects and have trouble with communication. Your work on protecting Civil Rights from being weakened including being an advocate for people with disabilities really inspires me to work hard on Autism. In September 2015, I visited Kansas City, MO and Independence, MO to see the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, The Jazz Museum, Negro Baseball Museum, and WW1 Museum. I enjoyed seeing these sites because it  I enjoy learning about how minorities played a role in shaping society including the need to end discrimination, remember the WW1 troops who served for our country,  understand how Jazz shaped history, and learning about how President Harry Truman’s life including his achievements like supporting Civil Rights to help reduce discrimination  and many others.

Secretary Kander, I strongly believe that you made a great difference through your role as former State Representative and currently as Missouri Secretary of State on supporting Civil Rights to reduce discrimination, pushing for ethics reform to reduce corruption in government, improving the criminal justice system to protect victims from being abused or give them the treatment they need, and working with different business to help improve the economy including the community. You have truly inspired me to be interested in studying the need for government reform including ethics reform, working hard on Autism, and visiting Missouri to learn history with understanding the need for diversity.  Here is a picture of me holding the flag with a picture of me and a picture of me at Harry S. Truman Museum as a gift for you for inspiring me. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, working hard to make a great difference with great ideas, and inspiring me. I agree with you on the need to make government better by reducing corruption. I wish you well for running for the U.S. Senate 2016 and continue advocating for good ideas when both political parties ignore.  
Sincerely,


Matthew B. Winick