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After watching the second Monday show (26 January) wherein the movie
"American Sniper" was discussed, I doubt that this show will or should
survive. On his panel of commenters was a man who claimed to have
served an aggregate five tours of duty to Afghanistan and Iraq, acting
as a sniper. He claimed to have killed nine people in one day, and too
many during his tours to count, and felt nothing about the people he
had killed. The response from the audience was applause. It was as
chilling a moment as I have felt in my life--celebrating a person who
demonstrates sociopathy after being sent to participate in the invasion
of a country whose people had done nothing to us.
Tasteless and vile.
And very not funny.
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