This is my spin on a post by fellow blogger, Jason Wells. I enjoyed it so much, I thought I’d share it. Hope you enjoy it too. For those interested, the original post can be found here: The Lesson of the Monkeys. Take care! Eee! Eee! Eee!
|A group of
|despots, clergymen, politicians, academicians, scientists placed five peoples monkeys in a cage and in the middle of the cage they placed a ladder with their hopes and dreams of happiness, liberty, prosperity, freedom and equality a bunch of bananas at the top.
|the people sought peace and prosperity a monkey attempted to climb the ladder to retrieve the bananas, the pedagogues and demagogues would incite discord the scientists would soak the other monkeys with cold water.
|centuries of strife numerous soakings the people monkeys began to viciously attack each other any other monkey that attempted to the climb the ladder.
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Wouldn’t it be great, or at least more realistic, if the major TV networks presented viewers with a fall line-up that’s more reflective of today’s society? For example:
1. White Collar Criminal Minds
2. Politically Derelict
3. Modern Dysfunctional Family
4. Desperate Mistresses
5. Basketball Ho’s
6. Cops Who Cop
7. Selling Sex In The City
8. Crooked Deal or No Deal
Maybe it’s just me, but I really think it would make watching television seem a lot like not watching television at all?