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There are two issues here that need to be kept distinct:
-- Is racist blather reprehensible?
Yes, of course.
--Was the behavior of the thugs at Middlebury reprehensible?
Yes, of course.
It is helpful to bear in mind that these are not mutually exclusive statements..
I second the point by David Diaz. This is particularly important in the Trump anti-science era. I think it's fair to wonder how open Seven Days would be to printing an equally science-free article that was in support of, say, Climate-Change denial.
If you ride up the Cog Railway at Mt Washington you can experience a similar optical illusion. As you sit in your seat your brain tells you that "up" is along your spine, through you head, and then toward the ceiling. However if your conductor walks down the aisle between the seats you can see him/her tilted about 30-45dg away from you, even though they are obviously straight-up vertical.
OK, fair enough. Perhaps I read too much into the phrase "undeniably the least gifted of the group..." (as well as the follow-up discussion that appeared to suggest that his primary function was simply to come up with wacky sayings). To my ear, it just sounded, well, kind of dismissive.
But I think, ultimately, we're in full agreement. The band wouldn't have been who they were without any of those guys.
And, in any case, really looking forward to seeing the movie. Thanks.
"Ringo Starr, undeniably the least gifted of the group..."
OK, granted that being a member of the Beatles sets the bar pretty high, but... "....undeniably the least gifted of the group...[!!]" Nothing personal, but are you nuts??
Granted, Starr was not a song-writer, or --frankly-- much of a singer. But, _musically_, he held his own with _any_ of the others.
I worked as a musician for decades and I never met a drummer who didn't list Starr in their top-five list of favorite rock drummers.