I know that the mainstream media is in a fairly sad state nowadays. I usually watch it while I eat for entertainment purposes.
But I'll be damned, how boring has these last few days been? All they've had on their mind is the royal titty. No, really, spending hours of airtime talking about a pair of naked tits over and over again. And when they are done, they do that, over, and over, and over again, yet again.
The idiocy is mind boggling. The court injunction to ban the publication of images being discussed over the last few days - just outright pathetic. A simple Google image search for "kate's tits" finds plenty of images which have proliferated the interwebs and cannot be censored, and are available for free to anyone. I did grab a quick look, and what a sorry pair of tits it is, especially from the front. Really disappointing, if you ask me. The bikini royal behind is at the very least sexy.
Which brings us to the important question - who is buying these magazines, and who is driving this interest? Ah, yes, the amazing populace. Just because a pair tits belongs to a glorious royal celebrity, everyone squirms with interest to catch a grainy glimpse of the sagging nipples. Meanwhile, the Internet is overflowing with much better tits in HD, albeit without royal pedigree.
Why do people worship celebrities? Why do they subjugate themselves to the titty influence of a random chick who married a balding heir to an ceremonial throne? Who is it that lines the streets to meet these two unremarkable individuals made famous not because of what they've done or the quality of their ideas, but simply by their genetic makeup? For my money, royals are least deserving celebrities. They aren't even famous for somewhat more relevant achievements of being amazing at getting a tennis ball over the net, singing, acting, or being hilarious.
Don't even get me started on these Muslims killing people over a video pathetic enough to be an elementary school project. When the main Hezbollah beard called it "The most serious insult to Islam ever" I almost fell off my chair.
Listening to: silence
Reading: 50 psychology classics