|The World's Worst Cable Television CEO.
||[Aug. 16th, 2005|10:00 pm]
I think, in theory, that television should never cost any human being any amount of money.
The line to connect a television set and the electricity used from such an outlet should be provided, free of charge, by the United States Government.
All possible channels should be available to every person, for zero cents, at any given time. By law, such stations, should they choose to operate, must rely on business-to-business advertising to find income.
Choice? Did I actually say "choose to operate?" Ha. Wait until the governments confiscate all stations, in order to properly conduct the programming. Hmmm . . . Since it is the ultimate idiot box, no matter how high the definition of pixels, no matter how crisp the sound, the entire nation of the United States should receive this service, plus a free high-definition television set, upon valid identification through a driver's license or green card. Yeah. That's a good idea, YES. The first hit is free.
I think, in theory, that every human on the planet should have the exact same right, as provided by a world order through an addendum to the Geneva Convention's written theory on how people should treat other people in large-scale disagreements.
Never mind the fact that I rarely watch television. The amount of television I watch would never justify any sort of advertising by any company, since any drug dealer knows not to get high on their supply. Hell, it's even touched upon by numerous artists as part of their songs.
I feel it necessary to grant free television to the world because I feel that the world deserves such a right, considering the massive insistence from people to provide programming of such wonderful and insightful nature, such as "Survivor" and "Hee Haw." God bless the homo sapiens, and may His Almighty Light shine upon them.
PS - If there was a God to shine a giant light, then I would hope that the light wouldn't shine through them amd burn them to a cinder. Ayyyyymeeeeeennnnnn.