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Stop Saying Shit Is Cancelled

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Published on 18 Sep 2020 / In News & Politics

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Sentient_Of_Truth
Sentient_Of_Truth 1 month ago

i agree the term Cancelled is incorrect. but i think some ppl use the word as click-bait. as you got to say something shocking and outrageous in order to get the views.
just like anything CNN or any of the news outlets do when they write and talk about anything Donald trump related or something of an opposing views to their own.
it's always this click bait shit that get's your attention into clicking on the video or to read that article. it's how they get ppl to watch their video or read and share their article and it's because they get paid a fuck ton of money if enough ppl are talking about it and viewing the ads on that website you don't have to be a genius to notice this.

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Sentient_Of_Truth
Sentient_Of_Truth 1 month ago

almost all opening statements of CNN or libtard media for that matter. BOMSHELL THIS!! OR SHOCKING THAT! DONOLD TRUMP SAID BLA BLA BLA RACIST REEEEEEEE!!!! it's all the same shit. and they do it because it works. ppl love drama to the point that they will believe all the hyperbolic nonsense that is espoused from these alleged news outlets.

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Sentient_Of_Truth
Sentient_Of_Truth 1 month ago

i have a different point of view on Harvey winsteine. one that you may or may not agree with based on what you may or may not know.

the deal that Harvey made with all of these women could be a likened to an arrangement, such as sex for services. like say prostitution for example. he didn't want money from these women because he already had money. but these women wanted to be highly valued celebrities and become famous.

so he offered the job and in turn he offered celebrity status for them if they consented to sex with him.
but to turn around and call this rape is not only wrong but incorrect. and i think he was well within the standards of the law having said all of this.

however there is a difference in his case to the jello pudding pop guy i can't remember his name at the moment.
as he intentionally roofied these women in order to get sex with them. that was against the law and was rape.

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Sentient_Of_Truth
Sentient_Of_Truth 1 month ago

now what i do agree with you on the mentality of the morons out there burning their shoes or jerseys that have to do with that team is really dumb as these items were purchased of their own money that they are essentially burning.

i mean they have the right to be stupid and burn their money i guess. but ppl are stupid sometimes, like when it comes down to wearing a mask in your car and your by yourself lol or even wearing it outside and you are by yourself, there is literally no need to wear it in these situations.

but ppl are stupid lol.

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Sentient_Of_Truth
Sentient_Of_Truth 1 month ago

i disagree to a certain extent. yes your right that they are still on air, but having them lose viewers = to less ads seen which is a bleed on the potential money they earn. which also effects the players earnings in the end. it's like a dominoes effect.

you do one stupid thing and if enough ppl get involved and react to that stupid thing whatever it may be. you end up losing some and maybe gaining some.

an example is. do you remember chick fill'a when the CEO decided to announce how he wasn't a supporter of gay marriage? he lost out on potential customers who could have purchased food from them, now at the time he was saved by ppl who support his message, but again he still lost just by talking about it. he probably would have not lost any support had he not made the statement at all. just like every other company out there how decides to share their views on politics, generally it's just not a smart tactic if you want ppl to purchase your product or watch and support your show or broadcast.

now it may generate numbers or ratings in the short run. but after that the other ppl want nothing to do with your product or broadcast.

Nike is another example with their constant stupid virtue signaling of BLM and antifa.
yeah sure they got more ppl to support them who are connected to their category of politics, but they caused ppl who don't support their stupid ideals to leave or not purchase their product.

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