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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I have to admit...my respect and sympathy for this guy dropped a notch or two when someone published his "last meal" contents before he died. Now that alone was in pretty poor taste (no pun intended) and low class, I'd agree. It's out there though.
Fois Gras was one of a small hill of things he had. Call it my empathy for the torture of any living thing....but I have a hard time mustering much for good feeling toward anyone who eats it. Perhaps before it became widely known HOW that is produced? Now though, anyone ordering it surely knows how they make it and there just are some things that tend to color perceptions.
Originally posted by TheSpanishArcher
reply to post by KingIcarus
Maybe it's just me but I was never able to relate to Tony Soprano. He was an awful person was all I saw. Your mileage obviously varies.
Originally posted by Aliensun
To some of us HBO's "hit" Sopranos was a clear example of what is wrong with American today. The fact that a mobster could be viewed with compassion and sympathy because he was only a human being caught in a bad web is a liberal's dream. That show helped in America's decline, the common use of extremely foul language and all. The restaurant scene should have happened in the first episode.