HOLLYWOOD - Austin-native Sandra Bullock was disappointed that she did not win the Oscar for Best Actress.
The Academy Award Show which was hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, an avowed lesbianite, was held at the luxurious Dolby Theater which recently had all of the air conditioning ducts replaced.
Cate Blanchett won the Academy Award for Best Actress for the film Blue Jasmine.
Afterwards Sandra Bullock, who starred in Gravity which won seven Oscars, was asked how she felt not winning the award for best actress.
Bullock smiled and then said that she kind of figured she would not win since it is no secret that a lot of people in the United States did not see her movie because they no longer care about the space program.
She pointed out that the Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency brought out the fact that only 791 moviegoers saw the film in the entire state of Arizona.
SIDENOTE: Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep both noted that they've heard that Governor Brewer had recently stated at a press conference in Phoenix that she does not like NASA.