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Is There A Decline?

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Bruce's song is 57 Channels And Nothings On. I love Unsolved Mysteries...I bet I've seen most of 'em 4 or 5 times. (don't tell anyone) Who loves American Horror Story or The Killing?

And the first Reality Show was The Loud Family. A PBS documentary that aired in 1973. Twelve parts and it covered the lives of a "normal" American family. It was WAY before its time. As I recall, one son was gay, or it was strongly suggested, and the parents end up divorcing...sorry, my mind is hitting a wall.

Anyway, reality TV is a furtherance of the dumbing down of mother earth....thank God there are plenty of books...even the bad ones are better then what shows up on TV nowadays....

I caught both seasons of "American Horror Story". It served as the exception to my rule. As a rule, I always skipped movies and TV shows that were drenched in blood and gore. I read that the third season will be set in New Orleans. An unspeakably evil and grotesque crime took place there before the Civil War. I wondered if the writers had that in mind when they wrote the scripts. It was as bad as most of the series' dark plots. It was in the realm of Mengele and Japanese POW camps.

I mentioned the series about the Louds. That came and went, and we were spared more of the same until "The Real World" was foisted upon us. That marked the beginning of the end, in my opinion. MTV was culpable in the creation of the horrible fad that plagued our screens for some 23 years.

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I don't watch TV much anymore, except for the local news so I can see what the weather will be.

I often watch our local forecast online. It's nice when you don't have to sit through boring stories about apple fairs.

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