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And your point is? Leave these folks (actors/directors) alone! Could you do YOUR job with someone critiquing everything you do or say? So he was doing something annoying. I'm pretty sure I do, too, at times. The actors pointed out that they didn't like it; he stops doing it. Do you think we're all that desperate ...more
I think it was right on the money. To appeal is wrong on so many levels. He should accept the consequences of his actions and not put his victims through even more.
As for the "Pink Floyd" anthem from "The Wall": awesome!
Yes, they are ugly. Even though "we" didn't enslave people in today's world, it wasn't that long ago that people were enslaved - put in shackles, kidnapped from their country of origin, brought here in boats with conditions that many didn't survive, then lived as "property." There is no need to revisit such a heinous...more
I think the design is ridiculous and a faux pas because of its reminiscent design correlation to shackles that slaves were made to wear. It may not have anything to do with slavery today, but slavery isn't an issue to be revisited. Again, a ridiculous design.