Michael Ramirez: How Cultures Go Extinct 03-12-23
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A culture that values fame over achievement is doomed to failure. —Michael
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Oscar Season... Y-A-A-A-A-A-W-W-W-N.
I always wonder why people are so absorbed in the spectacle of the Oscars. Now granted, I am grateful to the entertainment industry for putting out the infrequent good movie -there seems to be more quantity and less quality these days. They certainly deserve recognition and accolades for their work. Some of it is truly amazing. Some of it…
But the Academy rarely nominates the movies or actors that I or American audiences seem to like.
Now, popularity is not a measure of excellence, I know. That is clearly demonstrated in our national and local election results. Sometimes I wonder if some of the voters are smoking the same substance as the Academy…
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