Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Old fashioned entertainment

I know I am not the only person fed up with the vile garbage flowing out of Hollywood. It used to be that they sought to entertain us, but now it seems every thing they make is designed to indoctrinate us. Sure, it's been done before, Films made during WW2 were scripted to invoke patriotism and national unity, we were after all, at war. While we are again at war with an age old enemy, the indoctrination is not to hate them, but to embrace all that is wrong in the world.
The entertainers need to get back to their roots and give us some of the old fashioned stuff. To be clear, a modern version of My Three Sons, All in the Family, or Hogan's Hero's would be nice, but that is not what I want from them at this point.
I'd tune in just to see if the lion licked it's ass to get the taste of Meryl Streep out of it's mouth, and I'm sure you would too.

3 comments:

Bob Tamewitz said...

Not that it's vile, but I consider the movie "Hidden Numbers" about the supposedly true story about black women at NASA garbage. The only part of the movie that is true is that there were a few black women there doing calculations on slide rules. The real story is that the calculations were done on a computer. We're lead to believe that if these black women weren't there then space flight wouldn't have been possible. That they were brilliant. That they were the real heroes behind the scenes at NASA. Nothing could be further from the truth. All that they did was to double check the computer results when they were asked to, along with all the white men and women there doing the same thing. This movie, I won't dignify it by calling it a film, is a prime example of the leftist crap that has been coming out of Hollyweird for way too long. And before you ask, no I didn't see it. I wouldn't waste my money. I just read the reviews and a number of synopsis on this piece of trash.............

JeremyR said...

Bob, My one Uncle was a computer engineer for IBM and was assigned to NASA. I'm gonna ask him about that. I know nothing about the flick. Lets call it a flick, That is a suitable term although, it might be degrading to porn.
If he has anything he can tell me, I'll do a post on it later.

Bob Tamewitz said...

That would be cool. I think the computer guy that came up with the original figures was Jack Crenshaw. May your uncle would be familiar with him. Too many of the people behind the scenes are never given the public credit that they deserve. You only ever hear about astronauts...............