Monday night, news reader presents the "most talked about story" of the day. Turns out to be a non-story, something about a "mistake" at the Oscars presentation the previous evening. "Someone will have to be held accountable. . ."
The considered "opinion" of the news agency seems to be that the Academy is likely to sever its relationship with Pricewaterhouse. Well, of course. There's accountability for you, is it not?
I propose a different take on the whole thing. It was Hollywood, right? The whole thing was a carefully orchestrated and well-acted farce designed to extend unwarranted attention of the country to the tedious annual self-congratulatory mess.