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September 25, 2009



This needs to be a real job. Most of these people are surrounded by social-climbers and sycophants.


my husband have often talked about this type of job.

he works in post-production in film and he feels like a lot of movies end up sucking because there is no one to tell the director when they're making stupid ideas. the studios don't want to piss the directors off, especially if they're big deal directors (think george lucas), so their every ideas is mindlessly okayed.

if there was one person whose job it was to be honest - not needlessly abusive, just honest - maybe the new star wars movies wouldn't have been so terrible.

or someone to tell gerard butler that he needs to seriously rethink the direction he's taking his career in. or someone to tell jennifer aniston she really ought to stop making the same movie over and over again because it's mostly bumming people out. just examples...

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