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Spot the Newest Low

SdAufKla Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 3:32 PM
The more depravity people are exposed to, the more they will believe that their own immoral and deviant behaviors should be free from the judgement of others and guilt from themselves. This absolves them of the duty to pass judgement on anything themselves and cede the authority to do so to others (preferably liberal-progressive pols and "cultural" leaders). And this, the subsumption of power and control from the average citizen, is the true intended consequence and desired end result. The entertainment industry touts such "freedom of expression" as liberating, when in fact it's the first step to indentured servitude to those who would do your thinking and judging for you.

The poobahs of our popular culture never seem happy unless they're taking entertainment down to the "next level" of deviancy. When they undertake remakes of Hollywood classics -- especially the comedies -- that's when you see how far we've fallen.

The forthcoming modern-day adaptation of "The Three Stooges" isn't going to be a celebration of that iconic family comedy. The trailer features Moe poking the eyes of "Snooki" Polizzi from the uber-sleazy MTV show "Jersey Shore." But that's nothing compared to the real absurdity of 19-year-old Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton playing a nun at the orphanage where...