December 19, 2014

Theater of War: Quick Takes on Sony's Surrender


So much for the Entertainment Industrial Complex.

Kim Jong Un Looked at Things.

Chip off the old Bloc.

Hermit Magic Kingdom.

Perhaps the Pentagon can ship the next spare load of goodies to Culver City.

Somewhere, Borat is laughing his ass off.

The show must go on might go off.

What happened to: “these (Techni-)colors” don’t run?

(photo: Michael Thurston/AFP/Getty Images. caption: Workers remove a banner for “The Interview” from a billboard in Hollywood, California, on December 18, 2014, a day after Sony announced was cancelling the movie’s Christmas release due to a terrorist threat. Sony defended itself against a flood of criticism for canceling the movie which angered North Korea and triggered a massive cyber-attack, as the crisis took a wider diplomatic turn.)

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