05-17 Politically Incorrect Daily




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“Art”

I’ve been rewatching the Walking Dead lately on Netflix. It was a great show the first few seasons, then it became excruciatingly slow-moving with just barely enough action to keep me watching. I stopped watching altogether around season 7 or 8, so I’m now rewatching to see how it ended. I now remember why I quit watching. It’s one of the 1000+ shows nowadays that must prove its “art” and hipness by telling the story out of chronological order. Leave show at cliffhanger, now rewind, fast-forward, return to cliffhanger, rewind again, now go into hyperspace, cue the dream sequence, now do a whole episode of some character having hallucinations, and so on. Wait, we need our Emmy nomination, so put in some scenes unrelated to the plot as filler–let’s see, a gay sex scene so our unwoke viewers know gay people have sex, oh, and delay the cliffhanger with some flashbacks to characters that died 3+ seasons ago. So brilliant! So original! So cutting edge!!!! šŸ™„

I know this is intellectual art that we hick rubes are too stupid to understand, but isn’t it bad enough we have to put up with nonstop woke preaching in every form of entertainment nowadays? Can’t we just once watch a typical sequential story that builds suspense with climaxes, allowing us to escape from our daily lives and simply be entertained?!

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3 thoughts on “05-17 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. I watched the beginning of the show FBI. The muslim character’s writers told a big lie. That the Israelis bombed the greenhouses. What really happened is American citizens donated money so the owners would leave the fully intact greenhouses behind. As soon as the “palestinians” arrived, they tore it down with their bare hands.

    So I immediately stopped watching the show. What lies will I not catch? Why lie? It’s a fictional show, make stuff up or wrap a story around the truth. Bye bye FBI tv.

  2. I stopped watching The Walking Zombies at the beginning of the season where Alexandria started going after Negan and his group. The last scene I remember, Negan and what’s-his-face were stuck in the trailer together with zombies outside. Yeah, I just lost interest in the show. It didn’t have the right mix of action and plot anymore. I thought I was the only one that stopped watching around that time. Maybe I sensed their was wokeness creeping in… LOL.

  3. To your question: canā€™t we just be entertained by a well-written or even mediocre-written show? The short answer is an emphatic NO.

    Very few people accept the classical story-telling framework these days. You know, because of the patriarchy or racism or conjure-up-your-own-make believe-objection. Fewer still are capable of telling an entertaining story through visual media.

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