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On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 8:38:38 PM UTC-5, wrote:
> I used to watch the Oscars back when they were still about movies and movie stars.  But now it's
> just a left wing political platform for bashing America, conservatives and traditional values.  And
> the liberal's hysterical, frothing at the mouth hatred for President Trump, since he defeated
Hillary Clinton,
> has gone completely off the rails.
> Also, given the recent mass exposure of the sexual harassment culture that has infested Hollywood
for decades, I am even less inclined to listen to their self-righteous, morally superior preaching
> the short-comings in the conduct of we "deplorables".
> That said, there is still one small part of the Oscars that I do watch, which is the Memoriam
> where they pay fleeting homage to the movie stars who have passed away.  It seem fitting to spend
> a minute or two acknowledging the life and work of these actors and the memories they created.
> I only wish they would make the segment longer and, maybe some day, do a special tribute to the
> movie stats who were some how over looked and not shown, back when they passed away.
> So I record the Oscars, fast forward to the Memoriam, watch it and then hit delete.  
> Irish Mike

Odd you missed "Travel's Annual (5th) Academy Awards Picks" for the last fives years.