Here are some other theories that certain studios are about to launch pilots for in hopes of keeping their earnings from sinking in a black hole.
Dietitians’ cautions aside, has a single celebrity come out in support of this lowly protein? Has a single telethon in the name of gluten been held? Has ‘Save the Gluten’ been the byline in a single OpEd piece?
I’m not kidding myself anymore given what I’ve seen in the past few months, not only worldwide, but right here under our roof…I’ve got a name for it, and I call it “R-A-B-I-E-S”: Rebellious Acquired Behavior In Every Species.
The Idol game is stacked. With the certainty that the judges’ Coke will always be perfectly positioned to show the logo best to the camera, the same kind of people win it, and the same kind of people don’t.
It was The Hair of Possibilities. Big Hair was the great equalizer: you didn’t notice if a person was maybe too thin or too heavy.
The t-shirt, staple of the American wardrobe. It’s casual, soft, simple, personal, social and ‘natural’, right?
It’s like Nixon said to Obama across time and space, “I’ll keep him alive. You take care of him.”
A smartphone is, by comparison, evolutionary.
It’s not simply “My life is no longer worth living,” and, generally, some expression of contrition. Rather, “The bliss I get from this is worth the chance of leaving this life, and you.”