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Denzel Washington, Memes, and Politics: VETERANS "MAKING A MOVIE ISALUXURY, IT SA GIFT SEND YOUR SONTO IRAQ... THATS DIFFICULT DENZEL WASHINGTON During a roundtable interview for The Hollywood Reporter, actor Denzel Washington was asked about his worst jobs. He replied: "I was a garbage man...you get eight hours of work, but you can do it in three. So you can go home as soon as you finish. Post office, you get three hours of work, and you make it last eight. I did both. I liked being a garbage man better." Then Washington made a salient point about the film and television industry: "They weren't bad jobs. Just like people say: 'Oh, the difficulty of making a movie.' I'm like, listen, send your son to Iraq-that's difficult. It's just a movie. It's like, relax. I don't play that precious nonsense. It's like, oh, a movie. Get outta here. Your son got shot in the face? That's difficult. Making a movie is a luxury; it's a gift. It's an opportunity, and most importantly, it's a gift. Obviously, everybody here is talented enough to do that, but don't get it twisted. It's just a movie. It ain't that big a deal." Denzel Washington is absolutely right. He hit the nail on the head. Hollywood stars have exaggerated their influence and their importance in American society too much: they are trying to teach Americans life and convince them that Trump is a bad choice. Such actresses as Meryl Streep are too pretentious. They should refrain from political commentaries and stop pretending to be great connoisseurs and fathers of the nation. It would be better for everyone. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes
Denzel Washington, Memes, and Politics: VETERANS
 "MAKING A MOVIE ISALUXURY,
 IT SA GIFT SEND YOUR SONTO IRAQ...
 THATS DIFFICULT
 DENZEL WASHINGTON
During a roundtable interview for The Hollywood Reporter, actor Denzel Washington was asked about his worst jobs. He replied: "I was a garbage man...you get eight hours of work, but you can do it in three. So you can go home as soon as you finish. Post office, you get three hours of work, and you make it last eight. I did both. I liked being a garbage man better." Then Washington made a salient point about the film and television industry: "They weren't bad jobs. Just like people say: 'Oh, the difficulty of making a movie.' I'm like, listen, send your son to Iraq-that's difficult. It's just a movie. It's like, relax. I don't play that precious nonsense. It's like, oh, a movie. Get outta here. Your son got shot in the face? That's difficult. Making a movie is a luxury; it's a gift. It's an opportunity, and most importantly, it's a gift. Obviously, everybody here is talented enough to do that, but don't get it twisted. It's just a movie. It ain't that big a deal." Denzel Washington is absolutely right. He hit the nail on the head. Hollywood stars have exaggerated their influence and their importance in American society too much: they are trying to teach Americans life and convince them that Trump is a bad choice. Such actresses as Meryl Streep are too pretentious. They should refrain from political commentaries and stop pretending to be great connoisseurs and fathers of the nation. It would be better for everyone. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes

During a roundtable interview for The Hollywood Reporter, actor Denzel Washington was asked about his worst jobs. He replied: "I was a garba...