The critical reception to this movie indicates that this culture no longer has the ability to properly assess what it perceives through its own eyeballs. This is one of the worst pieces of garbage I’ve ever watched.
The music that we hear these days sounds like something that our favorite artists would produce if they had hit their head and suffered some significant head trauma. There’s something there; there’s an inkling of interestingness, but it is largely dull and stupid.
Of course this applies to the music that is forced upon me by the public areas that I frequent. I am well aware that there is a world full of quality musicians and artists who are making wonderful music but it is not hitting my ears directly very often.
Six Reasons Why Using Mythology in Medicine is Important
Melanie is wonderful!! 🙂
FBI arrests man who threatened to kill Boston Globe staff for criticizing Trump
Gotta hand it to the FBI! Good job, guys! 👏👏👏 You give me hope! 👍🙂🕊️💜🌍🌌🕉️🦄
The A.V. Club: Whoa, there are still 3 million people using Netflix for DVDs.
Why is this surprising to anyone? The best things you can’t even find on streaming video. I feel sorry for those who are limited to watching what you find on streaming video services.
Check out @profwolff’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/profwolff/status/1029053971627892736?s=09
This references an article I wrote about previously:
As Mr. Wolff points out, the New York Times continues its seemingly proud tradition, one it shares with plenty of other purveyors of truth, of stopping short of assigning blame where it is due and responsibly questioning the premises of this situation.
This is part of a much larger issue that is also referenced within this article, notably the Sonny Bono act, and really is critical to cultural development, affecting our way of life even though most people don’t recognize it.