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It’s time to move on to Will Smith’s slap drama

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you can disagree with me Many do. My editors hardly agree with me. But this is my space, agree or disagree – that is the question. Here is the answer:

leave him Oscars have already stopped castigating themselves. Today’s world is a universe of excitement. Eastern Europe, Washington DC, Floods, Fires, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Hunter Biden, No Patriotism, No Respect, No Toilet Paper.

Because we’re human, not Oscar-winners, we know Will Smith will have to live with his stupidity forever. It’s enough to become a card-carrying fool. So what? Haven’t we all done something terribly stupid that we’re ashamed of? Do we regret that? And can never take back?

In the meantime, Chris Rock’s cheek was healed and his A-1 career accelerated higher than Blue Origin.

The Oscars had other 4F jerks. Sacheen Littlefeather accepting Brando’s Oscar, Travolta not knowing the singer’s name, David Niven on camera while a naked guy walks by, Warren Beatty doing whatever he did a few years ago, and so on and so forth. And now these insect brains are already meeting over 2023.

Aside from more crappy movies we haven’t seen and presenters we don’t crave, they call for variety. No great movies. Not even civilization’s greatest actors. Just more guys like maybe Talent Pete Davidson’s Gulliver.

And they’re keen to include countries where English is a foreign language, nations that have trees but no televisions, and who are putting a spotlight on a native disease even Fauci can’t get over — like Madagascar seniors who are under suffer from dry cuticles.

Look, Will Smith, A-1 actor, raised a fine family, beautiful wife. Whatever his personal or marital difficulties, he must live with them. We are not.

Even the TV viewers who love the Oscars as much now as they adore this natural-hued redhead acting as Biden’s interpreter — psock-it-to-me-Psaki.


family sacrifice

Sveta, Carmine street 64, restaurant, a West Village spot, waving Ukrainian flags. Inside, Svetlana Savchitz cries while her family is devastated.

Sveta’s two sisters, dogs, cats and 12 relatives live in a tiny house in a small village. To feed people and domestic animals, a sister went to Kharkiv to exchange goods for food. Creepy. Explosions and bodies everywhere.

Alan Aguichev, the owner of the Ukrainian restaurant Sveta, with his mother Svetlana Savchitz.
Alan Aguichev, the owner of the Ukrainian restaurant Sveta, with his mother Svetlana Savchitz.
Kevin C. Downs for the New York Post

After immigrating here, Sveta opened in Queens. The rent increased. Your restaurant closed. The staff loyal despite reduced pay. Now downtown, her son created a trendy takeaway frozen drink idea in a plastic bag and fur coats set aside for outdoor seating. The restaurant has flowers, tchotchkes. The food is A-1. The prices reasonable. When you go, leave me some borscht and chicken Kyiv.

Skype, which doesn’t always work, is Sveta’s way of communicating with her family.


behind the music

So we had the Grammys. More singers are coming: Mariah Carey, Annie Lennox and Mickey Stevenson will be honored on June 16th at the Marriott Marquis. Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards.

Mickey Stevenson will be honored at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards in June.
Mickey Stevenson will be honored at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards in June.
Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images

Stevenson started with Motown’s Berry Gordy, the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, Four Tops and Stevie Wonder. In 2020, Whoopi introduced his song “I Can’t Breathe”. His upcoming musical about women of color is Sang Sista’ Sang, about Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Dorothy Dandridge, Josephine Baker, Mahalia Jackson, Eartha Kitt and Lena Horne.

So it says: “God gave you the gift. Mickey makes you do your best.” Smokey Robinson calls him “a street cat dealer”.


Putin alone could have the largest zoo in the world. All anyone has to do is build a fence around them.

Said everywhere and not just in New York, kids, not just in New York.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/04/its-time-to-move-on-from-the-will-smith-slap-drama/ It’s time to move on to Will Smith’s slap drama

DUSTIN JONES

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