Here’s two seemingly unrelated stories that are great news for everyone (liberals and conservatives alike), except for those people, and groups of people who have been lucky enough to remain living off the carcass of the old world.
Here’s the first... Source - Media Research Center
NBC Buries Own Reporter To Hide Obama Lie
RESTON, VA – In a bombshell report for NBC News.com, NBC News senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers found buried in the 2010 Obamacare regulations language predicting, “A reasonable range for the percentage of individual policies that would terminate is forty percent to sixty-seven percent.” Myers’ reporting shows that Barack Obama knowingly lied to the American people for more than three years when he regularly insisted that those who like their current health insurance would be able to keep it under Obamacare.
Yet, according to an analysis from the Media Research Center, this massive, deliberate breach of trust was worthy of only 21 seconds of coverage on NBC Nightly News, buried at the end of the show’s fourth story, with no follow up on Today. ABC and CBS completely censored Lisa Myers’ discovery with not one single second of coverage on either their morning or evening programs.
...and here’s the second: Source - Daily Mail
Is Kanye West's star fading? Yeezus tour woes continue as just '4,500 fans buy tickets for show at 19,000 seat arena'
He proclaims himself more influential than Barack Obama.
But Kanye West's Yeezus tour woes continued when less than 4,500 fans reportedly turned up to watch his show at a 19,000 seat arena in Kansas on Tuesday.
The Stronger star was surely far from impressed with the turnout at the Kansas City Sprint Center, but he tried to placate the audience during an eight minute rant.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2518486/Kanye-Wests-Yeezus-tour-woes-continue-just-4-500-people-turn-19-000-seat-arena.html#ixzz2mo73ANj9
Now to understand how these two stories are related, and why they are such good news to everyone, you must understand just why it was that Al Gore invented the internet in the first place.
The answer of course is porn, it would just be so much easier for Al to view his favorite films on his computer screen, plus it would be much less likely for Tipper to notice, if he didn’t always have to set up the old style screen and movie projector in his basement.
Al failed to realize that what he invented to fulfill his own selfish desires, would have far reaching consequences that would go way beyond anything that he or anyone else could have imagined. From a personal standpoint, Al’s increased frequency and duration of viewing pornography was accompanied by an increase in his body temperature. He mistakenly concluded that it was the earth and not him that was warming, and the rest is history.
Beyond Al’s world, things began to change as well and there was no better place than the porn industry to observe that change. Perhaps you would like to take some time out here to do some research of your own. It’s just a few clicks away. What’s that? You’re already an expert? You already got all that stuff bookmarked? OK, well bear with me, while I get everyone else up to speed.
Back in the day, making a marketable pornographic film required just about everything a traditional movie studio required. Besides the obvious stuff (lights, cameras, that choppy board thing that they’d clack when they say “action”), porno film makers needed connections, the people you needed to know in order to get a film financed and marketed. Some of that changed with the advent of video tape which dramatically reduced the cost of production, but much of the dependence on old school connections remained. Because of these pre-existing barriers to entry into the industry, competition was limited, and it was easy for those who were already in the industry to get rich, even if they were producing a product that many would argue, was harmful to society.
Once Al’s internet got cooking, all of that changed. Now (often unfortunately), anyone can be a porn star or porn producer, and for all of you that have a problem with the morality and increased prevalence of pornography, you can take some comfort in the fact that it is now much more difficult for any particular individual to get rich doing it.
Can you think of anyone who takes longer to get around to making his point? Hey, I have to write this stuff! Imagine how long this is taking for me.
Well here it (finally) is. The greatest thing about Al’s internet is that it allows anyone to do what only the privileged few could do previously, and in the process, exposes what frauds those privileged few have been all this time. For way too long two groups of people have been receiving much more profit and publicity, and assigned much more credibility than they ever deserved, or would have ever received if they had been participating in a truly free market, without all those barriers to entry.
The internet has been threatening to change all that, and hopefully, it will succeed and turn these two groups of people into endangered species.
The two groups to which I am referring, are celebrities and the mainstream media. I can’t think of any two groups of people we could do more easily without. Why? Because for the most part, they both do things that just about anyone else could do as well, In a free market, that means that there is a huge supply of whatever it is that they produce, and therefore the price of it should be very low. In a truly free market, none of these people would be rich or famous, and they certainly would not have any credibility.
We’re not there yet. People have heard of Kanye West, and 4500 people were stupid enough to part with their money to see him live. The reason that I am focusing on celebrities and the mainstream media, is because one promotes the other. The media will do stories on celebrities for the sake of ratings, which in turn gives the celebrities publicity.
At one time, this whole process was solely under their control, but we now have the resources to see behind their curtain, and they’re too stupid to realize it. That’s why I love it so when I see stories on the internet about how the mainstream does stupid things to destroy their undeserved credibility, and celebrities say stupid things to destroy theirs. Both celebrities and the mainstream media are too stupid to change their ways as the times change, and hopefully, in the near future, they will both diminish to the point where they are lost among the millions of others competing with them in the free market world of the internet, where quality and supply and demand rule what is most popular. I dream of the day when the Golden Geese has more viewers than 60 Minutes.