At Some Point, We Seem To Have Changed The Definition Of The Word “Entertainment”
Main Entry: en·ter·tain·ment
Date: 15th century
1 : the act of entertaining
2 : archaic : maintenance, provision b obsolete : employment
3 : obsessively following the poor life decisions made by self-indulgent human nightmares completely detached from any sense of proportion or emotional connection with the world around them due to the self-inflicted disenfranchisement caused by their own insatiable need for attention of any kind earned at any cost for no other reason than to momentarily relieve our own fear that our lives are equally absurd and devoid of meaning.
WHAT IS HAPPENING OUT THERE? ARE OUR BRAINS FLOPPING AROUND ON SOME GREASY BEACH SOAKED IN OIL?