Never Mind the Truth

I grew up with television coming into my house as a kid. I am not so sure that television isn’t at the end of the day… the most disastrous invention that ever happened in the history of mankind. Because it finally blurred the line between truth, reality, and mythology and it mixed it all up and we got confused and we can’t figure out what’s real anymore. And it may ultimately muddy the waters to such a degree that we are lost and we will never find the truth. So what we are watching at the convention is like reality television and it’s not real. And that is the accepted reality that we live in today, that all this is make-believe and we live in this make-believe world. It might be that ultimately television is so powerful, so influential, and so addictive, that we can never find the truth. – Barry Levinson, Poliwood

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