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Call Jamie
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I don’t care if Quentin Tarantino apologizes for his ignorant remarks, calling police murderers as they try to deal with real murderers. He wouldn’t mean it if he did. He’s deluded enough to believe what he said.

Tarantino’s movies were a waste of time even before his latest outrage, and he’s a waste of space, as are so many of Hollywood’s enfants terrible. It’s hard to care about or be surprised by anything that comes out of his mouth. But I do feel strongly that if someone breaks into Tarantino’s Los Angeles home in the wee hours bent on murder and/or mayhem, that Quentin should NOT dial 9-1-1. He should instead call Jamie Foxx. They can “tell the truth” to each other while the bad guy has his way. No point in stirring up the murders at LAPD.

Larry Thornberry
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Larry Thornberry is a writer in Tampa.
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