Now I don’t mean to sound ungrateful.
Now, like other professional wrestling fans, I partake in the ritual of watching Professional Wrestling Pay-Per-Views at a friend’s place.
Since it wasn’t one of WWE’s big 4, there was no ceremonial pizza. Continue reading WWE Roadblock
This is the first of many “In Name Only” posts I make, it’s my opinion so if you get mad about an opinion made by a complete stranger with less than ten followers (at the time of this post), it’s simply because you wanted to be and that has nothing to do with me.
Let’s get this thing started. Continue reading Asexuals in Name Only
If there’s one thing I’m tired of is people trying to tell me that there’s some sort of golden ticket to success. “Cut your hair”, “Take pride in yourself” (which to this day, I have no idea what that means) or some bullshit like that. What pisses me off is that no matter how you spin it, there’s no universal way for things to be great for everyone.
But you can’t tell that to some folks, some people say that it’s “confidence”. Continue reading “Confidence” is a weird way to spell “bullshit”
Okay, anyone that knows me personally and has read my past entries practically stating that I’ll vote for a sock puppet before voting for Dumass Donald knows that I have a heavily biased disdain for “rich people”. Continue reading I Really HATE the Rich
Considering the fact that I haven’t had an actual working TV for months now, I’m not sure if the format has changed or not but I hate game shows.
Price is Right, Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, Wheel of Fortune, pretty much all those shows with the cash prizes or stuff like that.
Now I’m poor. I’m desperate. I’m 28 years old and I gotta start from the ground up after getting kicked out the military some odd years back so going to the Millionaire show seems like a pretty logical way for a guy like me to earn a little money.
Now with any form of earning anything, there’s the application process (which I find to be bullshit) which makes you open for judgement amongst (not sure why that isn’t a word) the people in charge.
Who can choose to give you the shaft just off your physical appearance alone.
What sucks is that this kind of process is practically put into every form of business ever created in ‘Murica.
So while I despise the application process, I apply to no calls, or even rejection calls for that matter and the first thing I wonder is “Why do you need to audition for this?”. Like, when I was growing up, Auditions were for stuff that involved lines and scripts and stuff, like the whole format would be some director dick giving you a script, asking you to recite some lines and judge you accordingly.
So y’know, what lines do you have to remember at a game show that involves such a strict and thorough judging session?
What further burns my biscuits is that this sort of process goes to practically any show that makes it seem like they’ll practically approach any Joe Blow from down the ro’ but it’s all just one big con.
I mean, in the past month, I’ve applied for Wheel of Fortune, Millionaire and Married at First Sight and so far, none of those brain dead fuckers at the top tier have even considered calling me back, I doubt any of those assholes even read my application.
I remember a while back there was a whole thing about going to that Big Brother show back then (I mean, I never watched but I wasn’t going to let them know that) and I tried out for. How the fuck do you apply and audition for Reality Television where they’re practically following you around with a camera.
You’d think that with Reality Shows with money based prizes would look for the worst kind of person to promote just for ratings instead of these little teen models that they’re secretly trying to rape.
But meh, I’m going off the deep end.
Seriously, though, “auditioning” for a “role” that requires you to be yourself? How the fuck does that even work nowadays? Is everyone on TV an actor?
How did we get to this point?