Friday, August 31, 2007

Kid Nation

The latest from the freaks in TV-land is a "reality show" called Kid Nation. The network CBS, which used to have morals, has decided that rather than informing people about what is going on in the world, it makes more sense to televise child abuse. The alleged premise of the show was that forty children, aged 8 ½ to 15, were dropped into a New Mexico rat-hole called Bonanza where they had to run their own society for a certain amount of time. Some kids were injured and the TV freaks will get to cheer as young people get hurt and have break-downs right there on TV. Crack a beer and have a mayonnaise sandwich there, pal. Does it get any better?

Well, yeah. There are rules for how much time children are allowed to work in a day. This is so that scum cannot take advantage of young people. Well those amazing folks at CBS figured out a way around that. They used to be #1 at news, now they do this. Good move. I wonder what Dan or Walter are doing these days? I figure that Ed R Murrow is spinning in his grave. Way to go.

Anyway… Humouroceros

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