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Old 07-14-2018, 07:48 PM
 
Location: Southern Colorado
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Completely oblivious to the fact that a political rookie beat the most seasoned and well known political candidate who enjoyed every advantage imaginable.

Today I watched a youtube clip so I could see Josh Brolin reading Trump tweets in the voice of Thanos. He said that the beard of Thanos looked like a n^t^a^k so was similar to Trump. Brolin and his writer aren't completely dumb, they are playing to their Hollywood peers. They are playing as though the audience simply does not matter at all.

But what about the audience that doesn't live within 250 miles of the oceans? Pretty large area last I checked. So much for seeing Sicario. I'm not even a real Trump fan, just think it is disgusting to compare the President to a n^t^a^k.

Actors act like other people for a living. Thats doesn't make them Gods among mortals. I wonder if they see it that way at times.
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