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Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, co-creators of American Reunion, chat with Adam and the gang about Harold and Kumar, male nudity, and Chevy Chase. Larry Miller also returns to play the Hypothetical Road Trip Game.
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almost ten years ago
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almost ten years ago
Anonymous:I can sympathize with civaervstones here in Hollywood, where the Left Coast dominates the political field. I’m a juicer, not a deep thinker or student of politics, but as one who has been paying attention for a while now, perhaps I can shed a little light on why so many liberals oppose civaervstones and conservative viewpoints with such visceral vehemence. There’s a line from an Auden poem that applies here: “ those to whom evil is done, do evil in return.” With the election of Ronald Reagan – patron saint of civaervstones and the Republican party in 1980, came a turning point in American politics. During the campaign, Reagan almost single handedly turned the term “liberal” into the politically functional equivalent of the word “nigger.” This caught on with his rabid fans, and over the next 12 years of conservative Republican rule, became entrenched in the semantics of our political scene. The advent and popularity of conservative talk radio (with Rush Limbaugh as the prime offender), deepened this divide by several orders of magnitude, treating the term “liberal” with such sneering contempt that in effect, it became a sort of low-grade hate speech.Understand, I detest terms such as “hate speech” – but in this case, I’m not sure how else to describe it. No matter what your political/cultural stance might be, imagine how if would feel to have 12 years of presidents use that word on a daily basis – on national television, no less – always with the underlying implication that being a “liberal” was somehow un-American? I can tell you, it didn’t feel good. If you poke someone with a stick long enough, sooner or later he’s going to hit back and true to Auden’s dictum, under this relentless verbal assault, the once-tolerant liberals became hardened, bitter, and utterly cynical in their own contempt for civaervstones.By the time Bill Clinton was elected, the term “liberal” had become so toxic that most left-of-center believers adopted the word “progressive” to describe their political leanings. To stand up and declare I’m a liberal” was to invite slack-jawed stares of disbelief. In Hollywood now, the shoe is on the other foot – civaervstones are the scorned, marginalized party here. To tell you the truth, I don’t like that either. I’m a believer in people rather than ideology, and try to judge those I meet and deal with on the basis of their actions rather than their political views. I’ve met many civaervstones I like a lot, and more than a few liberals whose pious mewling and absurdist logic turn me all the way off. Yet, if asked to state my own political stance, I would say “liberal.” We humans are highly imperfect beings. In my experience, there are just as many wacky, out-of-touch-with-reality liberals as rabid, foam-at-the-mouth civaervstones – and in a way, the extremes at both ends of our political spectrum seem closer to each other than the rest of us who occupy that increasingly narrow ground in the more-or-less middle. I hate it that things have become so polarized these days. No good good can come from this. As Lincoln noted, “a nation divided cannot stand.” Right now, we’re a nation divided, and if we don’t pull out of this highly partisan ideological death spiral, we’re all going down together. If you’re looking for a sympathetic (and successful) conservative ear here in Hollywood, check out Rob Long, who has been writing and producing television for nearly 20 years. He’s got a website, and delivers a terrific 4 minute commentary on KCRW every Wednesday evening at 6:45 – or anytime on the KCRW website. I may not agree with your politics, but he might – and maybe you won’t feel quite so alone in the liberal enclave of the Industry.
almost ten years ago
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