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 ==== ====This page provides tips and guide on porn tube . It's best resources for porn tube . Check it out foryourself!www.TubeHole69.Com ==== ====Let me begin by saying something that might sound totally fatuous to some people. Here goes. Astimes and circumstances change, so do various fields of human activity. Wow, that's deep. Good job, Ruggero. Well, anyway, no matter how productive or lucrative a field was when it first hatched, when theconditions that brought it to life evolve or devolve, it must either adapt or vanish. Abandoning the idea of the "philosopher's stone" (a legendary substance supposedly capable ofturning inexpensive metals into gold), alchemy blended itself into ordinary chemistry. Astrologyseparated itself as far as possible from astronomy when the latter, due mostly to the invention ofthe telescope, became thoroughly materialistic, discarding the spiritual aspect of the Universe'sstructure as something it had no use for. And so forth. (The new "philosopher's stone," a.k.a."alternative fuels," is really a combination of two ideas: turning trash into energy and launching aperpetual motion machine (the kind that produces more energy than it uses, another dreaminherited from medieval inventors). Ideas change their appearance, but hardly ever their essence). Television as we know it (not the tube itself, but rather the broadcasting industry) dates back to the1950's, when the main purpose of advertising was to announce products rather than splice theirbrand names onto the human psyche. We have come a long way since then. Only a few productscan be advertised in prime time today. Cars; pharmaceuticals (including dental products andshampoo, i.e. stuff you buy at the drugstore); junk food; new movies; cell phones, lawyer services;and insurance. Gone from your evening TV experience are department stores, appliances, coffee,music, and painting collections. Ah, the time when you could catch a commercial touting a hugesale on Manet or Sargent originals! Those were the days.But I digress. Even back in the 1950's, some folks cynically suggested that television was an advertisingmedium, and that the actual programming served only to fill the gaps between commercials. Thatwas not true back than; nor is it true today. The reason television performs fellatio is far moreprosaic, alas. The current model for TV broadcasting consists of two layers of pseudo-advertising, and nothingelse. The first layer, i.e. the actual programming (shows, concerts, movies, news) serves to get theviewer's attention. The second layer, the "commercials," does not actually try to sell anything (inprime time, they run up to eight car ads an hour - how many cars can an average viewer possiblybuy in the course of just one day, goodness - how often does he or she actually buy a car? Oncein two or three or five years? At four hours of TV per day, and a brand-new car every three years
 
(quite a stretch) - that comes out to 35,040 (thirty-five thousand and forty) car ads betweenpurchases!). Rather, the "commercial" layer tries (successfully so, we must admit) to keep viewers'minds in car-buying mode all the time.The studios pay for the shows, and the advertisers pay the studios. The actual viewer is kept outof the loop. This may be a wonderful (and witty) solution for providing free entertainment for the public, onlythere is no such thing as free lunch (case in point: the philosopher's stone enterprise andperpetual motion research still have to yield any results). The studios have no choice but to bringthe overall quality of the programming to the lowest common denominator in order to get as manyfolks as possible to watch TV. The model has no provision for the specialized interests of someviewers, niche programming, demographic-oriented programming. A show that could potentiallyattract fewer than a million viewers (roughly speaking) gets rejected more or less automatically.Cable was expected to balance out the "dumb-down" factor by making the viewer pay actualmoney for the packages he or she purchased. The model used by cable television, however,differs but little from traditional TV. The viewer pays a ridiculously small monthly sum and is serveda whole bunch of channels featuring shows that are not of the viewer's choosing. The quality isonly marginally better than that of the big networks. As an acquaintance of mine once put it,"There's 500 channels and nothing to watch." The crux of the matter is that both models are essentially anti-free-enterprise and, in the finalcount, stubbornly and aggressively un-American. Which is a shame, of course, since moderntechnology can easily make television a truly wonderful source of quality entertainment foreveryone, and not just the "masses." Yes, there is a way to make TV perform fellatio less, and dosome quality work for the good of the American people. What I'm going to say now may sound nearly unthinkable, and even ridiculous, to some taxpayersand voters out there. It is nevertheless true. Here goes. It is the Federal Government's job to rescue television from the clutches of corporate-sponsored, watered-down socialism. Remember that like land, air, and water, airtime belongs to the nation, and not just a few facelesscorporate entities. Remember also that public space (and airtime certainly qualifies as publicspace) is subject to government regulation. No one should tell anyone how to run a business; andyet legitimate businesses are run in accordance with laws, and laws are made by the LegislativeBranch. False advertisement is an actionable offence, and yet this law is openly disdained by the currentTV model. The networks claim they provide knowledge (the news and History Channel) andentertainment (everything else), while in reality they provide nothing apart from advertising. Ourtechnologically advanced epoch, so different from the 1950's, calls for a new Federal law thatwould effectively ban companies from generating income by selling anything other than their ownproduct. Clothing companies sell clothes; farmers sell produce; landlords sell living and office space. TVpretends to sell knowledge and entertainment to the viewer, whereas it really is in the business ofselling public airtime to a handful of corporations.
 
 To summarize. TV performs fellatio because it is impossibly, insufferably, criminally boring.TV is boring because the current model of television programming is not conducive to makingentertaining broadcasts. The current model is not conducive to making television entertaining because it is rooted in anepoch that from today's point of view seems prehistoric; because that model was fallacious tobegin with when it was first hatched; because it fails to take any advantage of the superlative,unprecedented technological means available today. Palm reading is more technologicallyadvanced than television, for goodness' sake. Suppose you were a farmer, growing strawberries and spinach. Suddenly a middleman comesover to you to buy out, or even just claim, your field and crops, with the idea of turning it over to acorporation specializing in genetically modified corn. You have no say in the matter; as aconsolation, you are allowed to visit the field for free any time you like. But, you might ask, how would the networks make money if they weren't allowed to aircommercials? Simple. The American way, that's how. Create a product; announce it; hope and pray thatsomeone would buy it; and charge for it when they do. As a matter of fact, the model already exists, even though it could use a lot of improvement. It iscalled pay-per-view.The way it looks, the only way to bring television up to date achieve this would be to ban alladvertising from it, forever. Consider that cigarette commercials were banned because theyendangered public health. All advertising on TV should be banned because advertising-sponsored"shows" are a hazard to the public psyche. The current model has had its day, and it is time totoss it into the dusty, malodorous pile of historical trash. What would television be like, with advertising banned? Who knows. Some heavy-dutyderegulation would probably be in order. Anti-trust laws (the latest signed by George W. Bush in2002) would have to be applied to it. Limits would have to be set on how much public airtime acompany can get - three hours? Four hours? And electronic tracking system (meters) would haveto be installed (a TV set would become much like a cell phone, and simpler than the current pay-per-view format - get an account, pay for how much you watch, pay only for what you watch on ashow by show basis; no bulk discounts). The revenues would then be electronically distributedamong the appropriate providers of content. Competition (real competition) would do the rest. The debilitating, mind-numbing effect the current model has on the population would be eliminatedforever. Remember your favorite show - sitcom, talk show, news, whatever - that you sometimesfeel a bit guilty watching, thinking there must be better, more constructive ways of spending yourtime, and paying for the mildly stimulating, soft content with having to endure the boredom andannoyance of "commercial" interruptions. Imaging that instead of boredom and annoyance you

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