It’s Not Principle, It’s Taste

So far, I’ve held off writing a long treatise on how a program like Dexter is a sign of a rootless amoral society because it features a serial killer as its protagonist.

Which is fortunate, since I really think the Red Letter Media film reviews are a riot.

I guess it’s taste and not some principle that makes me look down my amoral nose at Dexter. Or maybe I identify more with the protagonist Mr. Plinkett.

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