Talented entertainers don't need to use profanity

Published: December 7, 2013

Like thousands of Oklahomans, I watched the Garth Brooks television special on Nov. 29. Am I the only one who found Brooks to be hypocritical? First he gives God credit for his success and then he proceeds to do a show filled with so much vulgarity that some of it had to get bleeped out. I don't understand why great entertainers with as much natural talent as Brooks feel the need to use such language. I was not entertained.

Dwain Thacker, Moore

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