Some things just shouldn't go viral

I'm sick of those videos

That always go viral.

Of celebs who meltdown

Of stunts Miley-Cyral.

Of cheap sleazy outfits

Cut low to look splashy in.

Of outrageous conduct

And all things Kardashian.

 

 

 

Filed under: Pop Culture

Tags: Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus

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  • Looks like Miley is going Janet Jackson. Won't be seeing her on the Super Bowl.

    Cat videos are OK, though.

  • Aquinas I am shocked at your disparagement of these two young pioneers.

    While companies like Qualcomm and Microsoft fire thousands and thousands of U.S. workers, simultaneously lobbying our Federal govt for an increase on the cap for foreign cheap H-1b workers, these two have learned to channel the world's oldest profession creating a niche that has brought a new Babylon-esque art form to our American youth.

    Forward!

  • In reply to 4zen:

    If you are advocating legalizing prostitution, I'm in favor of that. However, I wouldn't do it with a Kardashian, whether her name started with a K or a C.

    But I think the distinction here is between the former Disney characters (remember what I said about them), as compared to, say, Taylor Swift, who is safe for tweens, clean enough for Hardee's, and keeps her ample bosoms covered.

  • Once the bastion of youth friendly entertainment, the entire Disney enterprise seems to be a train wreck. Beautiful and talented children turn into self centered and self destructive adults. And the really scary part is that many of them go on to become parents and pass the dysfunction to another innocent generation. And all the while American youth, fans of an impressionable age, cling to every stunt, ever stint in rehab, absorbing "God only knows" what about what it means to be successful and grown up. The Disney family is insuring the future financial success of shrinks and rehab facilities instead of providing role models of hope and achievement. I think that I can agree that we should leave the sleazy traffic in human flesh to the true professionals who ply their trades without media attention in some of the toughest neighborhoods on the planet.

  • In reply to Sue Fitzpatrick:

    Spot-on. Thanks, Sue.

    BTW, the Disney radio station, which could do so much to expose these same "fans of an impressionable age" to beautiful music of all varieties, just plays a lot of what could be called juvenile elevator music.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Robert Feder reported a couple of days ago that it was out of business, except for online.

  • In reply to jack:

    There is a God.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    I thought Disney owned the copyright to That, as well as to everything The Brothers Grimm wrote, as well as to Obi Wan Kenobi and the real Goddess, Miss Piggy.

    Maybe there is a seller of Pillow Pets and Tummy Stuffers who realized they weren't selling on Radio Disney.

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