Class Act At The Oscars

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Tuesday, 14 March 2023

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Jimmy Kimmel set the tone, and the evening was elegant. But the most memorable was Jamie Lee Curtis, a child of Hollywood, winning an Oscar. Seeing her reaction after her name was called, was a treat. She finally made it up to the stage. Her speech was short, sharing her award with everyone in her family, and the film's life.

Before leaving the stage, she said, "My father and mother were both nominated in different categories." Then she looked above, waved her Oscar, and said, "I just won an Oscar." Sweet! Her parent's kid again!

Why can't politicians be as gracious?

We have the last loser of the White House starting an insurrection, attempting to stay in office, and knowing he lost the election.

"You've got to fight like hell, or you won't have a country." So his minions fought and tried to switch the election in his favor.

True, Will Smith caused a fracas at last year's Academy Award ceremony, but that had nothing to do with winning or losing an award or any public office.

Anyone can express and dismiss a person by saying, "He's gone Hollywood."

He's gone Hollywood, will encompass a conundrum of possibilities from a joke to slander, too overdone, and everything in between.

Kari Lake hasn't conceded her run for Arizona governor yet. She's gone, Trump. Tucker Carlson insists January 6th was a peaceful day in the park. He's gone Trump, too. Former Vice President Mike Pence was a hero on January 6th, but he won't testify against Trump.

It isn't a long shot, but it's a sure bet that Jamie Lee Curtis would speak the truth in a heartbeat.

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