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ryanmkeane : 2/9/2020 11:34 am
The past few days it seems a ďforegone conclusionĒ that 1917 will win best picture which is quite strange to me. I liked the film but donít think itís worthy to win best picture over at least 4-5 of these other films. It was a great year for movies...hereís my predictions of what will win vs what should win:

Best picture: Parasite or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood should win, think 1917 will win
Best Actor: Leo should win, Phoenix will win
Best Actress: Zellweger should and will win, but Scarlett has a case
Best Supporting Actor: Pitt should and will win, but Pesci was phenomenal
Best supporting actress: Florence Pugh should win, Dern will win based on her career/all the hype
Best director: Bong Joon-Ho should win, Mendes will win as it seems 1917 is getting all the love

Have at it!
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RE: My Twitter is a vast wasteland.  
Anakim : 2/10/2020 8:45 am : link
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ď Oh wow I just realized that Laura Dern used to date Billy Bob Thorton who left her for Angelina Jolie who left HIM for Brad Pitt and now Brad Pitt and Laura Dern are fellow Oscar winners and by the laws of physics I think they have to date each other now.Ē



Didnít Laura Dern also date Baron Davis?


But I digress. Great speech by her.
RE: Brad Pitt with a stupid political comment  
LTIsTheGreatest : 2/10/2020 8:53 am : link
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That's exactly why I have stopped watching all those shows. ALl these celebrities uses those stages as their own personal political forum and I hate it. Stick to what you are there for, like Ricky Gervais said
RE: RE: Robert Conrad wasnít woke  
SomeFan : 2/10/2020 9:22 am : link
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enough for the Oscars.



Heís a tv actor. Heíll be in the one for the Emmys. Same with Luke Perry.


I think youíre right but I just thought both had enough movie experience for a mention.
RE: Brad Pitt with a stupid political comment  
barens : 2/10/2020 9:30 am : link
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to lead off his speech


I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.
Phoenixís speech was also really odd  
Anakim : 2/10/2020 9:42 am : link
But i guess thatís just who he is. I thought quoting his late brother was a nice touch. You could tell that even after all these years heís still affected and traumatized by his death.


Zellweggerís speech was just flat out weird. Too much amphetamines?
RE: RE: Brad Pitt with a stupid political comment  
UConn4523 : 2/10/2020 9:51 am : link
In comment 14807842 LTIsTheGreatest said:
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That's exactly why I have stopped watching all those shows. ALl these celebrities uses those stages as their own personal political forum and I hate it. Stick to what you are there for, like Ricky Gervais said


The counter arguments are so aggressive now. Its fine if you don't want to listen to it, but its not like everything said is some wild hot take that shouldn't make you question things a bit.

I liked a lot of what Phoenix said. Some of it over the top but his main point is something I think is important. People lose sight of the things he spoke of all the time - why shouldn't he be able to speak about that?
barens  
UConn4523 : 2/10/2020 9:52 am : link
people latch onto things they don't like and don't let up. That's my conclusion.
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Giants in 07 : 2/10/2020 9:54 am : link
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to lead off his speech



I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.


Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least
RE: RE: RE: Brad Pitt with a stupid political comment  
barens : 2/10/2020 10:02 am : link
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to lead off his speech



I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least


All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?
I'm pretty sure..  
FatMan in Charlotte : 2/10/2020 10:07 am : link
if Leach said something after a National game or a place where people would actually hear him, there'd be the same type of reaction.

It's like you're trying to say people are applauding Leach instead of the actual explanation - people didn't hear what he said.

The fact that his comments "went viral" should tell you that he'd get the same response Pitt is getting about sticking to football.
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Giants in 07 : 2/10/2020 10:16 am : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?


I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.
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Chris in Philly : 2/10/2020 10:41 am : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?



I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.


And then those aggrieved members of the fan base can use their wallets to not pay to see any of his future films. So the consequence falls on him. So who cares?
I donít get all the complaints  
UConn4523 : 2/10/2020 10:47 am : link
either shut it off, donít watch the speech, or donít watch their movies.

Itís not like heís advocating for mass murder, I donít see what the big deal is. I hate politics and donít want to hear it either, I just tune it out.
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Jay in Toronto : 2/10/2020 10:50 am : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?



I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.


That's one way to look at it. Another is to admire the guy for speaking his convictions in the face of significant blowback that could damage career etc. I don't want to get this thread banned, so I'll keep it general without other specific examples.
RE: I donít get all the complaints  
Big Al : 2/10/2020 10:55 am : link
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either shut it off, donít watch the speech, or donít watch their movies.

Itís not like heís advocating for mass murder, I donít see what the big deal is. I hate politics and donít want to hear it either, I just tune it out.
Or just get a good laugh out of it.
RE: I donít get all the complaints  
Big Al : 2/10/2020 10:55 am : link
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either shut it off, donít watch the speech, or donít watch their movies.

Itís not like heís advocating for mass murder, I donít see what the big deal is. I hate politics and donít want to hear it either, I just tune it out.
Or just get a good laugh out of it.
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Giants in 07 : 2/10/2020 10:58 am : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?



I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.



And then those aggrieved members of the fan base can use their wallets to not pay to see any of his future films. So the consequence falls on him. So who cares?


Oh I agree, and it doesn't bother me at all. I tune it out or change the channel. I'm just adding my two cents to the convo.

But to believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this is comical. He'll be treated like a hero in Hollywood
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threeofakind33 : 2/10/2020 11:15 am : link
At this point, the only thing more tired than lengthy political speech at awards shows are people complaining about political speech at the awards shows.

For the record, I do not think Pittís comment even qualifies as lengthy political commentary. It was a throwaway line. Get thicker skin.
RE: RE: Robert Conrad wasnít woke  
Matt M. : 2/10/2020 11:48 am : link
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enough for the Oscars.



Heís a tv actor. Heíll be in the one for the Emmys. Same with Luke Perry.
Conrad was mostly TV, but still in a handful of movies. Luke Perry, on the other hand, was actually in a number of movies, including a bit part just last year in Best Picture nominee Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Look, I personally would think of him for TV, but he's had a movie career.
Do  
Pete in MD : 2/10/2020 12:24 pm : link
people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?
RE: Do  
Motley Two : 2/10/2020 12:31 pm : link
In comment 14808101 Pete in MD said:
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people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?



I get to watch them on /r/publicfreakout
RE: Do  
Big Al : 2/10/2020 12:37 pm : link
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people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?
i have a conversation with them which I canít do with a television screen. However that is not the reason I donít watch. I donít give a crap.
RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Brad Pitt with a stupid political comment  
barens : 2/10/2020 1:04 pm : link


But to believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this is comical. He'll be treated like a hero in Hollywood [/quote]

I think nowadays, there seem to be consequences for speaking out at these events, and Pitt seems like the type of person who's perceptive enough to get that. I highly doubt he said what he said to get patted on the back by his piers.
Pitt also made political jokes overseas  
bceagle05 : 2/10/2020 1:17 pm : link
about Brexit and Harry/Megan. I guess he's reached an age where he doesn't give a shit anymore - if I had Brad Pitt's life, I would've arrived there a lot earlier.
RE: Do  
Mr. Bungle : 2/10/2020 1:22 pm : link
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people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?

These aren't the toughest people in the world you're talking about...
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Chris in Philly : 2/10/2020 1:28 pm : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?



I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.



And then those aggrieved members of the fan base can use their wallets to not pay to see any of his future films. So the consequence falls on him. So who cares?



Oh I agree, and it doesn't bother me at all. I tune it out or change the channel. I'm just adding my two cents to the convo.

But to believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this is comical. He'll be treated like a hero in Hollywood


I don't believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this. You literally just said he 'willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him". If that's true, then there should be significant blowback in terms of tickets sold.
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Pete in MD : 2/10/2020 1:29 pm : link
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people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?

i have a conversation with them which I canít do with a television screen. However that is not the reason I donít watch. I donít give a crap.

Yeah, there a million different reasons to watch or not watch but it was specifically stated that some don't watch because of the politics in the acceptance speeches. The Oscars are the Super Bowl for movies and Hollywood. If you like that stuff, it just seems odd to boycott over a few seconds of someone talking.
Who won?  
since1925 : 2/10/2020 1:29 pm : link
I turned it off after genius by Brad Pitt.
RE: Who won?  
Mr. Bungle : 2/10/2020 2:08 pm : link
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I turned it off after genius by Brad Pitt.

Have you heard of Google?
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Giants in 07 : 2/10/2020 2:50 pm : link
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I didnít have a problem with it, he didnít spend his whole speech on it, and he couldnít be more right.

BTW, anyone hear Mike Leach, coach of Mississippi State last week during his presser? And his political input is fucking batshit crazy, but I donít hear people telling him to stick to football.



Probably because nobody watches a Mississippi St press conference unlike the millions that watch the Oscars.

Bizarre comparison to say the least



All of this political shit becomes viral, I don't watch Mississippi St pressers either, but when you pick a side, and you have a voice, it becomes national news.

You don't understand my context, and I'm trying to understand yours. Are you saying your ok with Leach spewing his theories(putting it nicely), and not Pitt, because he has a bigger audience?



I'm not okay with any of it. I just think it's silly to compare a college football coach's press conference to the Academy Awards where Brad Pitt, one of the most famous actors in the world, willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him.



And then those aggrieved members of the fan base can use their wallets to not pay to see any of his future films. So the consequence falls on him. So who cares?



Oh I agree, and it doesn't bother me at all. I tune it out or change the channel. I'm just adding my two cents to the convo.

But to believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this is comical. He'll be treated like a hero in Hollywood



I don't believe that he'll receive significant blow back for this. You literally just said he 'willingly ostracizes half of his fan base just to receive a round of applause from other celebrities that already agree with him". If that's true, then there should be significant blowback in terms of tickets sold.


I thought we were talking about blowback in terms of the media or by his peers.

But I'd agree that that is the path that people should take though (ticket sales etc) if they feel so strongly about it. Did I roll my eyes when I saw the clip of his comments? Yes. Will it stop me from seeing a movie he's in? Absolutely not
Very happy Phoneix won Best Actor.  
Dave in Hoboken : 2/10/2020 2:59 pm : link
So very well deserved. Don't really care about any of the other awards, TBH. Did get a kick out of some the geeks trying to political. Hollywood men and women throwing a public temper tantrum over politics (or anything, really) is always the BEST. I'll never get tired of that and NEVER want them to stop throwing those political temper tantrums. They're hilarious to observe. Don't understand why anyone who loves being entertained and loves seeing overpaid crybabies who are used to having everything they want in life not able to get their way when it comes to politics. It's glorious.
RE: Very happy Phoneix won Best Actor.  
speedywheels : 2/10/2020 3:07 pm : link
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So very well deserved. Don't really care about any of the other awards, TBH. Did get a kick out of some the geeks trying to political. Hollywood men and women throwing a public temper tantrum over politics (or anything, really) is always the BEST. I'll never get tired of that and NEVER want them to stop throwing those political temper tantrums. They're hilarious to observe. Don't understand why anyone who loves being entertained and loves seeing overpaid crybabies who are used to having everything they want in life not able to get their way when it comes to politics. It's glorious.


I guess you didn't see any of his award acceptance speeches for prior to the Oscars...
I didn't think it was overly political  
Kyle in NY : 2/10/2020 3:07 pm : link
Pitt made a throw away comment before delivering a pretty gracious and nice speech that had nothing else to do with politics. Phoenix seemed to speak from the heart, even if it was a bit rambling, but I don't think it was political. If anything he was thankful for a second chance and condemned the cancel culture to an extent.
If only they said god bless the President none of these criticisms  
yatqb : 2/10/2020 3:12 pm : link
would wind up on the thread. Then these no nothing actors wouldnít merit the scorn some of you are aiming at them. But no hypocrisy here.
JFC.....can't some of you figure out how to properly use "reply"?  
Greg from LI : 2/10/2020 3:13 pm : link
You delete everything but the very last post to which you are replying. It ain't rocket science.
the best part of the night was seeing Shia LeBouf with his costar  
GMAN4LIFE : 2/10/2020 3:13 pm : link
Zach Gottsagen.

Shia has had a weird past but his last movie about the guy with down syndrome wanting to be a wrestler was great. People are accusing him of laughing or growing impatient with him on the stage. There is no fucking way he was acting like that. Shia and Zach from all i have been reading, has a friendship that no one could break. It was the highlight of the night for me
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Dave in Hoboken : 2/10/2020 3:21 pm : link
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So very well deserved. Don't really care about any of the other awards, TBH. Did get a kick out of some the geeks trying to political. Hollywood men and women throwing a public temper tantrum over politics (or anything, really) is always the BEST. I'll never get tired of that and NEVER want them to stop throwing those political temper tantrums. They're hilarious to observe. Don't understand why anyone who loves being entertained and loves seeing overpaid crybabies who are used to having everything they want in life not able to get their way when it comes to politics. It's glorious.



I guess you didn't see any of his award acceptance speeches for prior to the Oscars...


Re-read my post. I have no problem with these people talking politics publicly. I encourage and hope it continues strictly for the laughs they provide.
RE: If only they said god bless the President none of these criticisms  
bceagle05 : 2/10/2020 3:43 pm : link
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would wind up on the thread. Then these no nothing actors wouldnít merit the scorn some of you are aiming at them. But no hypocrisy here.

The president's a whiny celebrity too, so there should absolutely be a kinship.
RE: JFC.....can't some of you figure out how to properly use  
Chris in Philly : 2/10/2020 3:44 pm : link
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You delete everything but the very last post to which you are replying. It ain't rocket science.


yep  
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The president's a whiny celebrity too, so there should absolutely be a kinship.

yep

I do find it hilarious that those who criticize Hollywood "elite" for voicing their opinions, voted for a reality TV game show host as President

I am still stunned that the Best Picture of the year won the Best Picture Oscar
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barens : 2/10/2020 6:56 pm : link
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So very well deserved. Don't really care about any of the other awards, TBH. Did get a kick out of some the geeks trying to political. Hollywood men and women throwing a public temper tantrum over politics (or anything, really) is always the BEST. I'll never get tired of that and NEVER want them to stop throwing those political temper tantrums. They're hilarious to observe. Don't understand why anyone who loves being entertained and loves seeing overpaid crybabies who are used to having everything they want in life not able to get their way when it comes to politics. It's glorious.



I guess you didn't see any of his award acceptance speeches for prior to the Oscars...



Re-read my post. I have no problem with these people talking politics publicly. I encourage and hope it continues strictly for the laughs they provide.


Yeah, you don't have a problem with it at all.
the big question is  
giantfan2000 : 2/10/2020 9:01 pm : link
is Joaquin Phoenix a Giants Fan?
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mfsd : 2/10/2020 9:44 pm : link
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people really refuse to watch the Oscars because they can't stand to listen to 30 seconds of mostly rambling political commentary that they don't agree with? What happens when someone disagrees with you in real life?


Whatever peopleís reasons, last night was the lowest rated Oscars in history.
RE: the big question is  
BlueLou'sBack : 2/10/2020 9:53 pm : link
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is Joaquin Phoenix a Giants Fan?


As much as a derelict shit show the Giants have mostly been since 2011, I'd think his character the Joker would be a huge Giants' fan.


Heeeheee!
Good calling Ryan ....  
short lease : 2/11/2020 12:37 am : link
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So very well deserved. Don't really care about any of the other awards, TBH. Did get a kick out of some the geeks trying to political. Hollywood men and women throwing a public temper tantrum over politics (or anything, really) is always the BEST. I'll never get tired of that and NEVER want them to stop throwing those political temper tantrums. They're hilarious to observe. Don't understand why anyone who loves being entertained and loves seeing overpaid crybabies who are used to having everything they want in life not able to get their way when it comes to politics. It's glorious.



I guess you didn't see any of his award acceptance speeches for prior to the Oscars...



Re-read my post. I have no problem with these people talking politics publicly. I encourage and hope it continues strictly for the laughs they provide.



Yeah, you don't have a problem with it at all.


Why would I? It's entertaining as hell.
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The one thing I can deduce from reading these threads  
jcn56 : 2/11/2020 9:14 am : link
is who still gets a TV Guide hardcopy delivered to their door every week.
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Greg from LI : 2/11/2020 10:03 am : link
In comment 14808657 jcn56 said:
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is who still gets a TV Guide hardcopy delivered to their door every week.


What is this?...  
Mr. Bungle : 2/11/2020 10:36 am : link
You got stains all over it!!! What the
hell'd you do???
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