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It's official. We are done as a society
That's some pretty sick stuff.
Sick. It's a sign of our level of moral depravity that this is what passes for "entertainment" and used to get viewers in front of advertising. No surprise that it comes from Fox.
Stay classy fox...
Two words; Garbage Television
Instead of doing a reality show about people getting fired from their jobs (always emotionally painful for the fired worker and for the remaining workers), they should do a show about able-bodied welfare recipients collecting free cash, free food, subsidized housing, and free health care and other benefits from the government. The cameras could follow them around all day as they lay around in their subsidized homes watching cable TV paid for by the taxpayers then at election time follow them down to the polls and watch them vote Democrat to keep those free welfare benefits rolling in.
and media is always telling us they are bulwark of an informed soceity.
What possibly could go wrong with having a network give you an unflattering label, letting your co-workers nit-pick any aspect of how you handle you job and telling everyone your salary? And this is the treatment even the best employees get. What people will do for their 10-minutes of fame ...
Trash TV at it's finest. Ten years from now people will assume the movie "Idiocracy" was a documentary. All the morons that lap up The Bachelor, The Apprentice, The Voice, and every other crap program will have another viewing option. If this show's successful, just wait for all the commercials flooding the copycat shows. Yippee!
Reality TV, which is so edited and not real, has gone too far and it would go away if people would stop watching you know.
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