10.11.2009

Day 7, Television and Agenda's

Day 7
Turn on your computer or watch your itunes TV, and watch and you will see it. You will not miss it. You don't have to rub your eyes. Its quite apparent. The writers of just about every Television Network have decided to make sure their agenda is clear. I am hoping, a network will emerge similar to FOX and CNN, where you clearly just say, "I have a bias on news, and here it is. So, tune in." Why don't networks do that?

What am I talking about you might ask? Well, let me give some names that cross my path as I watch through my favorite TV episodes,...Oscar Martinez, Smithers, and here is a list of what I am talking about.

This blog is not about the willful decision of human beings to turn their lives away from a Holy God. Every blog is about that, we all fall short of what God has established. That is not the point of this. The point is: Why do a majority of television shows seem to go out of their way to make sure they have a character that is homosexual in the line up of characters? Not only that but, then almost highlight that character in episodes? So, here' two letters just to think on.

Letter 1, To the Networks:

I know you are wanting me to 'laugh and accept' this as a norm in our society. I know by getting me to soften my antiquated views, I will embrace this. I just want the liberty and some of your writers to escape the agenda that you are enslaving the viewers. Be creative, everybody is pressing the agenda, how original can you be to pop off yet another 'provocative' joke to make us cave-dwellers feel uncomfortable?

Give us a channel where you have writers that 'think' original humor, versus instead of retooling an agenda through new seasons. Are you out of ideas? Or just like many movies, is potty humor the only thing we can grip our depraved minds?

Your tentative Viewer,
John

Letter 2, To US the Viewers,

Take time this week, and watch carefully what is 'funny' at your house. Are you laughing at something that is truly funny or is awkward? Everyone loves a blasphemous joke, (SouthPark, knows it), the question is will we continue to bathe ourselves weekly in this and finally wake up years from now telling the same jokes at Sunday School for Icebreakers?

FYI: The button is also a option for your flat screen.

Fighting with you,
John


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It's true today we celebrate the first full week of my blog. Jessica's parents have arrived in Germany, and now the discipline of writing while on 'vacation' will test the seriousness of my commitment. I am sure Garmisch will inspire, good Tabletalks.

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