Heh. If the FBI is using Best Buy employees to do their computer sleuthing, the background check (which anyone working under the FBI aegis ordinarily must undergo, and a rigorous and deep check at that) can't be more than "What's your name?". A disaster in the making.
"This land of ours is headed for an extreme state of moral degradation what with this record, the biggest hit movies and the sex and violence exploited on T.V."
Boy, what cornpone rube could possibly have thought THAT might happen?
I see that Schindler's Lists contain endless references to his professorship, which he attempts to use as a cudgel to silence those with opposing opinions. This kind of transparent boasting used to be regularly derided on the interwebz as, *ahem*, "dicksizing", and was considered an absolute admission of one's fears that one really didn't measure up.
Shut up, he explained.
Know your place, peasant. We gave you your show elections; now submit like a man.
This is a simply insane opinion (I wonder how the Hollywood studios like the precedent). Unfortunately it's typical of Judge Kozinski who never met a leftist/Democrat/postmodern liberal/postmodern progressive/collectivist/statist idea he didn't want to take home and keep as a pet. The mainstream media absolutely swoons over him - because he's theirs.
Need we remind anyone that George Orwell and Aldous Huxley were Englishmen? It was no mistake that Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm, and Huxley's Brave New World, novels about bleak dystopian societies where the totalitarian government's elite leaders ruled unilaterally and ran roughshod over the rights of the average citizens, were each set in England. Those British authors merely saw the future of their country clearly.
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