Why Nobody Cares About the Hollywood Strike

      
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Phil
Phil
10 months ago

I know for certain I could care less if the entire Hollyweird crowd goes completely out of business, and we might see this in 2024, Prayerfully so.

strider777
strider777
10 months ago
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I hope so, too. I won’t miss them.

Nolan Parker
Nolan Parker
10 months ago

It would be Great for society to figure out Who Matters in this world.
It’s not the athletes, not the movie stars.
It’s the ranchers and farmers, the oilfield workers. The truck drivers.
And the list goes on.
But it’s sure as hell not Hollywood.

kal
kal
10 months ago

Since I have seen absolutely nothing out of hollyweird for years, these are all unknown to me. I don’t support the filth it produces. Just to assist its demise boycott any show, program, movie or products having anything to do with Sodom in Cali.

Last edited 10 months ago by kal
Big Ruckus D
Big Ruckus D
10 months ago

I’m all for the dissolution of Hollywood, and all the rest of the US entertainment brainwashing complex. I won’t miss it a bit. But I do wonder how sheeple would react to that, should to ever come to pass. There are some people who simply must have their bread and circuses, just as a heroin junkie needs their next hit. The withdrawals of losing their vapid, mind numbing tripe (principally in the form of tv and movies) would probably be a bridge to far, and many of them would experience some sort of break down.

These are not people who posses the strength of character to face reality head on, much less deal with it’s implications. I would suggest many of them would react in a manner not all that dissimilar to a psych patient having their meds withdrawn; escapism is their drug. I bring this up, because we already have endless problems that defy easy solutions. Adding that much more of a destabilizing force to the mix doesn’t help, as the people who really need stupid distractions to get through life will just be another factor making things difficult if they suddenly lack those things on which to focus their attention.

I really doubt more than another 5-10% of the population at large can be successfully “awakened” now, even if the garbage that occupies their free time were taken away. These are the people who will say “I don’t want to hear it” when challenged with unpleasant news and facts, and will freak out into histrionics if their broadband/cell network connection goes down for 5 minutes.

Even now, I’m sometimes surprised at how reliant most people are -- even some t I know and consider of better than average intelligence -- on mindless entertainment. It is practically unthinkable to them to forego tv viewing, or periodic trips to the movie theatre (and the attendant costs, to boot). Therefore, I really can’t see ever bringing most of them around to being useful to the needs of those who will be “getting stuff done”once the big show kicks off. It seems the qualitative differences between the two camps should qualify them as different species.

Jane
Jane
10 months ago

I don’t give a hoot about Hollywood or their “ stars.”

Aime Hart
Aime Hart
10 months ago

We the little people can and will continue to watch and laugh at reruns!