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Walt Disney fair is fair

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When it comes to classic films,I'm like that animator,who set that strike at Disney.I believe in being fair to film history.T.cm is not.They don't show enough film history.Like most selfish  greedy businesses ,they put ratings and profit first,Classic film fans and film history second.Time Warner live's by the hollywood  legacy that started whenThomas Edison felt he had the right to own the camera and theater's. T.c.m. pretensiously serves the mainstream classic film fans.Time Warner shows their true colors when they barley serve our side .They discriminate us .We want to see more film history ,even more dark film history.The other side just want to see what made hollywood a success only .If time warner follow ethical buisness rules,which Hollywood never does, they would put film history  and all classic film fans first,ratings and profit second.This is morally and ethically honest way  to make a living.Putting money first before  consummers is equivalent to murder and stealing .Early this evening t.c.m. pitted The disney classic ,"The Three Caballeros," against ."Salutos Amigos .How ? They did not show both.They discriminated Saluto's Amigos! That was not fair.They should  of showed both.If Time Warner followed  work ethics puting consumer's of film entertainment first,instead  of discriminating and profit and rating's ,this would be a better classic film channel.Since Fort lee new Jersey 1910 ,Hollywood has been guilty of one thing,only serving the establshment.One decade after another ,to exploit  them for the profit,which has yet to be illegal and discriminating  the rest of the fans of film entertainment .Hollywood is no different  than a bordello .What would be the cure?Putting  it  in it's place  to show who's the real boss.The  film  consumers

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When it comes to classic films,I'm like that animator,who set that strike at Disney.I believe in being fair to film history.T.cm is not.They don't show enough film history.Like most selfish  greedy businesses ,they put ratings and profit first,Classic film fans and film history second.Time Warner live's by the hollywood  legacy that started whenThomas Edison felt he had the right to own the camera and theater's. T.c.m. pretensiously serves the mainstream classic film fans.Time Warner shows their true colors when they barley serve our side .They discriminate us .We want to see more film history ,even more dark film history.The other side just want to see what made hollywood a success only .If time warner follow ethical buisness rules,which Hollywood never does, they would put film history  and all classic film fans first,ratings and profit second.This is morally and ethically honest way  to make a living.Putting money first before  consummers is equivalent to murder and stealing .Early this evening t.c.m. pitted The disney classic ,"The Three Caballeros," against ."Salutos Amigos .How ? They did not show both.They discriminated Saluto's Amigos! That was not fair.They should  of showed both.If Time Warner followed  work ethics puting consumer's of film entertainment first,instead  of discriminating and profit and rating's ,this would be a better classic film channel.Since Fort lee new Jersey 1910 ,Hollywood has been guilty of one thing,only serving the establshment.One decade after another ,to exploit  them for the profit,which has yet to be illegal and discriminating  the rest of the fans of film entertainment .Hollywood is no different  than a bordello .What would be the cure?Putting  it  in it's place  to show who's the real boss.The  film  consumers

 

Start you're own company based on your POV.   I assume it would fail,  big time. 

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