Now I don't hate it entirely. but I hate how it's a tool used to distract people from real issues. I hate how talentless media whores somehow wind up famous and the center of attention because of it. Since I stopped owning a TV it has been quite easy to avoid pop culture. There's so much imperialist propaganda in pop culture it is sickening.
For example, when the UN Climategate scandal was taking place, the media successfully diverted everyone's attention to Tiger Woods' affair. It's an example of taking an issue that really matters and hiding it with bullsh*t that does not.
The only aspects of the billion dollar entertainment industry I like are sports and a few TV series and movies I enjoy that I find are well written. I get most of my news from alternate media like Drudge Report and Infowars, so I try to keep up with what's going on in the world.
I do a good job of ignoring the nonsense for the most part. In fact, I was the only one in my marketing class who didn't know who didn't know who the kardashians were.
But because so many people hold celebrity gossip and Pop culture so dear to them, would that mean they find my views on the subject dreadful and not wanna associate with me?
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