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Entertainment doesn't have to be true

Next year CBS could have Jackie Gleason host the Fourth of July program in Boston.
After all, the technology exists and it’s “just for entertainment,” isn’t it?
This year, they “enhanced” the fireworks experience for TV, and who can blame them?
Just because what they showed was not reality, why should that ever influence television?
They have the technology to make what is good even better, why not use it?
They have the ability to drum and drum a point until everyone believes it, whether it is true or not, so why shouldn’t they?
After all, “the ...

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