I thought it was appropriate to post this tonight, since it's the Golden Globes -- which I suspect it won't be shocking to learn that I won't be watching. When there are awards shows that interest me, though, I tend not to watch them live, but instead record them and fast forward though them quickly to the good parts.
Fortunately, I saw this when it aired originally in 2008, when Mark Rylance won the Tony Award for best actor in a play, a revival of Boeing, Boeing. It’s the most unique acceptance speech I’ve ever seen. But the most fun of it might be the audience’s reaction. A reaction that's probably because it’s likely the most unique acceptance speech they’ve ever seen, particularly considering how often they've been involved with them. I shall say no more…
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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