Sony hack unimportant

First Posted: 12/29/2014

The Sony Corp. computer hack, allegedly by the North Korean government, is nothing short of laughable to me. If all I had to worry about was the computer hack of a movie company, I would have no worries.

During the past 15 years, I have seen one movie in it’s entirety. I do not feel that my life is any less fulfilled because I don’t partake in the garbage spewed out by Hollywood, masquerading as entertainment.

When the Founding Fathers of this country formulated the First Amendment to our Constitution, it was done in order that citizens could speak their minds and newspapers would be free to print the truth, including criticism of the government and our officials without fear of retribution.

Of course the movie studios who get rich at hardworking fools expense like to hide behind the First Amendment. Anyone who does not get to see “The Interview,” rest assured the sun will continue to rise in the east and life will go on.

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