reply to post by CannibalCorpse1982
I don't view communication as zombified.
What I view as zombified is the shallow adhering to fashion trends, tv shows, music, political views and social personas. Rap is one of the biggest
frauds to overcome the American civilization. This culture jumps on the bandwagon of EVERYTHING that might help them sell albums. One white up and
comer posted on his youtube how the Illuminati must have followed him and when they returned to their room, they could see this Illuminati member had
tried to jimmy the door with a credit card.
Yes that's right.
An agent of the Illuminati followed them in a BMW then instead of pulling out a thousand dollar piece of equipment, tried to jimmy the door with a
credit card because his rap music made him a person of interest. It's as bad as the crap people spew about Tubesock(tupac) who like 99.99% of
rappers, has the worst lyrics and poetry imaginable but when you're manipulated socially into standing under these people, you just go along with the
When I was growing up, which wasn't THAT long ago, this social bandwagon marketing didn't last like it does now. You could create a buzz for maybe a
few weeks before everyone finally heard or saw what the person they claimed to be a fan of was actually doing and decided they weren't actually
interested as did most the people bull#ting about how much they loved the hot new flavor of the week so they didn't look behind the times.
I quit commercial television and radio several years ago.
Best thing I ever did in my life!
These people do not care about us and rappers, hip hop vocalists, pop stars and celebrity actors stand top of the list for who does not give a fart
about us. I had a free ride as an actor handed to me and chose to walk away. First and foremost, I am a musician. Pretending to be something I am not
to brainwash simple minded idiots who are in truth victims to a VERY complex,immense corporate, government mechanism is not a life I could live with.
For every person that actually gets it, there's a few thousand that merely think they do.