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A Different Oscars This Year?

Posted on | January 17, 2008 | No Comments

The Oscars night is in up in the air because of the writer’s strike. Oh boo-hoo: we might not have the 2013th self-indulgent awards show for people who get paid $10-$20 million to stand in front of a camera and recite lines.
Here’s a tissue.
I hope the writers bring the industry to its knees. No writers; no content. Let’s make sure everyone understands that inherently before we return you to your regularly scheduled programming.

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  1. Lou Covey
    January 18th, 2008 @ 11:20 am

    TOTALLY agree. In support of the writers we have stocked up on videos and have turned to BBC America. We’re not even watching reruns. AND I’m finally catching up on my reading.

  2. Loring Wirbel
    January 18th, 2008 @ 1:23 pm

    But take this back to the post I made in late November about writers on strike and content-free entertainment. The public doesn’t want content. It wants shiny lights and loud noises. No plot line? Who cares? As long as I can audition for my own role in Dancing/Rollerblading/Spelunking with the Stars, I’ll be happy!

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