They need to admit that they no longer appeal even to the "lowest common denominator." If you suck so badly that even your target audience is refuting you--DO SOMETHING!As Will Cuppy pointing out so well in "The Fall and Decline of Practically Everybody" pertaining to Hannibal and his elephants, don't continue a bad deal. Hannible kept assuring his troops who resented their friends and brothers falling to their deaths that the elephants would be worth it on the battle field.
Between video games, the occasional Comedy Central show, and downloaded episodes of Seinfeld and The Simpsons, why the hell would I turn on the TV to watch some retarded karaoke show or some show about stupid people dating other stupid people? If the networks want to get their audiences back, they need to stop, admit that what they have on the air right now is pure crap, and figure out how to fix it and get some quality programming on.Reality shows do suck for the most part, BUT I did watch My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance and the Smallest Groom. seeing a fat guy dance around in his underwear, pretend to accidently shiat his pants, drop glasses, and otherwise make a complete ass out of himself was great. Instead, they'll just keep on blindly doing what they have been doing and lose more and more of their audience.Will's perspective was that Hannibal was obsessed with pachederms. Once they got to battle, the elephants turned tail and savaged their compatriots in fear and panic. No, he thought if he only had MORE ELEPHANTS he could conquer the world./likes to write about Will Cuppy//thinks his book is a riot (as well as accurate) and that everyone should read every word he 2000 cents worth She Who Waits: What that book failed to mention (or perhaps it did? So take the list of things that I've determined that I am capable of doing simultaneously, and add "hanging around with a bunch of elephants because they're cool."The first chapter of the bible features anal rape and murder, and later are vivid descriptions of drunken incest and torture. Before you say, "OH NO IT DOESN'T", try reading it. When you aim as low as you possibly can and are still losing audiences, it's time to change things.Just make sure your kids are supervised when exposed to it./higher, higher, burning fire Who even watches network TV any more? They question the validity of the data that Nielsen Media Research gave them when the data showed that things were going bad. Somehow, after decades of accepting this data, the Nielsen people are suddenly wrong when the numbers start dropping?"Little People, Big World" stars Matt and Amy Roloff have announced they've filed for divorce.
"After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce," the couple said in a joint statement to Us Weekly.
Maybe when the cash flow dries up completely they'll get the message, but more likely is that they'll lament their fate and wonder how things got so bad. Not even close, this is about online game statistics and GTA isn't online.
IGN did this story too and they said most of the numbers were from SOCOM II. Kind of like the way the amount of music I stopped buying and started downloading dramatically changed once the music industry decided that anyone who wasn't a 13 year old girl could fark off.
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