Sunday, August 26, 2012
StickyPhilosopher: Great Homogenization of Culture
It gets to a point when many “Politicians Need Prunes!”
Based upon the imaginary spike in blogger comments on my recent StickyPhilosopher blogs, I’m finally writing on relevant topics within the social media world. What do I write next after such affirmations inhibit my computer enhanced personality?
I could blog about the Obama vs. Romney 2012 Presidential Race. But there isn’t much to say if one realizes both politicians struggle with a problem many high-ranking elected officials develop. They start living like entitled royalty and bloat on political feasting. It gets to a point when many “Politicians Need Prunes!” This situation happens because they are not required to live in the real world. How would politicians vote on retirement and health matters if their own retirement and health insurance plans were the same as those they serve? The stuffy, bloated, gassy state of Political Constipation would decrease if politicians lived like We, the (regular) People.
Should I blog about a man trying for a bit part on a reality television show? The character might be an obscure artist/poet living in an East Texas outpost where franchised restaurants, churches and banks on every corner define the settlement. I’m concerned this reality TV concept wouldn’t attract the interest of my blog followers. This plot is already in most areas of the country as part of the “Great Homogenization of Culture.” (Watch for “GHC” TV to début on local cable). Eventually many of us will wish to dwell in Starbucks inspired generic architecture while tending to various Internet enabled addictions. At least with the “GHC” we’ll instantly know our bank balance, be able to order on-line from the newest franchise restaurant-of-the-month and get saved watching someone preach God by live video to a smart phone. Somebody say Amen!
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