Just watched "Wall Street : Money never sleeps" and as the title suggest it is a piece of crap, but what really struck me is the whole business of cinema... let's face it, I don't go to the cinema to watch 200 ads and trailers to watch a movie and just before the movie they tell me to be vigilant because we all are thieves.
I am speechless
I do remember when I was young, very young in fact and you could watch on TV some proper movies, proper educative programs and none of the crap we have now although is fair to say BBC is the only one that really stands out for a little bit of top programs.
So... what the fuck has happened? has more competition make the product better? this is the argument mainly for hardcore capitalists and right wing thinkers but it is clear that is not true.
Even more, has flights got cheaper (yes) and better (no) every year by having more competition? clearly we are missing something and these is the fragmentation of a market is limited, also continuous growth is limited, and of course natural resources are limited.
Solution to all our problems, reduce population drastically... or may be not, but we won't be here to see the results of course.
Are we living on the Big Brother or not? i am sure we are.
"The data would be anonymous, but serious repeat infringers would be tracked down through their computer ID numbers"
Seems to me one of the weakest arguments I have heard in my life and for that I am making a proper fart.