Oh, that's not really that hard. I am told that I am talented in that area, actually. >_>The hardest part would be trying to keep a straight face while you explain how your work has cultural merit and deserves public funding.
Ah, OK. I haven't seen the movie (or heard of it, actually). Given the nature of Hollywood, I'm sure it paints the Washington Post in a good light.
The Post is a movie about the Pentagon Papers, and how the people behind the Washington Post had to decide whether to publish them or not, essentially. I think it's ironic, is all.
I have seen the products and know about it, but I have never played the game. I do know that it is a Spyro the Dragon tie-in, but that's about it.Skylanders?
Saints, from the accounts I've read. Which is why I think it's funny, given how much our media fails to paint even a halfway accurate picture of reality now. XDAh, OK. I haven't seen the movie (or heard of it, actually). Given the nature of Hollywood, I'm sure it paints the Washington Post in a good light.
Of course, if the media did its job it would hold every administration accountable and provide facts to the public, even if it disagreed with the personal politics of the editors. Casting back to my memories, I used to be a big fan of NPR because they held Bush Jr. accountable for the things he did. When Obama was elected, I expected them to do the same... but they didn't. Obama did a lot of the exact same things Bush did, but NPR ignored it because it was Obama (as another example, the Associated Press provided a near-daily account of how many American died in Afghanistan and Iraq while Bush was in office. As soon as Obama was sworn in, those articles stopped - even though twice as many soldiers died under Obama's reign than Bush's). These observations are really what jaded me on the media in general, and keep in mind that I was working for the media at that time!
Some people do deserve a good slappin'... but yes, it's better to walk away.
Sometimes the only answer is to walk away before you slap somebody?
That would be a toss-up between spaghetti and meatballs, or cookies. I think I lean towards cookies, because as a child, I wanted to be Cookie Monster when I grew up. In a way, I still do.What is your most favorite food? Why?
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