That'll do, Sheik. That'll do.
I'm pretty sure that out here in L.A. where I live, there are places you can go where they'll actually do this to you for free.
It won't surprise you at all to learn that with Jared Leto's Oscar victory on Sunday night, the debate over whether or not his performance of a transgender woman in Dallas Buyers Club should ever have happened has been reignited. Right now the Huffington Post is fanning the flames of this supposed controversy by publishing a series of indignant tweets by people who say that Leto won his Oscar essentially on the backs of all the trans actors who could have and should have been considered for the role of Rayon.
Who wants a ride?
The Sinclair Broadcast Group has a reputation as a tried and true disseminator of conservative dogma across the United States. In this age of Trump, did having a contrary political opinion, and voicing it publicly, just cost a Michigan executive news producer her job?
U.S. Airways is doing the right thing by doing nothing.
Regardless of the financial backing or name recognition he purports to now have, he's making himself an outlier, a controversial figure sure to generate cash for himself from the niche audience whose rapt attention he owns, but otherwise a nonentity. What he doesn't seem to understand is that if he hadn't been a reporter for The Guardian and had all the associated cachet behind him, his Snowden material very likely wouldn't have gotten the circulation it did in the first place.
Sometimes it's best just to keep your mouth shut.
If you're an Academy member and you cast a vote for a movie about Turing because you want to honor Turing, as Harvey Weinstein hopes you will, the only person you're honoring his Harvey Weinstein and those who engineered this campaign.