>implying having no meatbags means no celeb worship
I wasn't implying that at all, although I see now the pinktext could be read that way, so I won't be an asshole about it. People will always worship false idols, you are correct. I was just saying that the fleshling celebs and their moronic influence may be coming to the end of the road and they appear to know it. Some of them are panicking.
Covid's been a pain in the ass, but it did do SOME good.
>"Imagine" showed us just how desperate those cocksuckers are for attention. People weren't happy, and every stupid face singing off-key was emblazoned in our minds.
>Ellen's infamous "I feel like I'm imprisoned in a house that's literally bigger than a real prison" comment managed to lose her a lot of moronic fans. When it came out just how big a cunt she is in real life (booby-traps, shaming an audience member, forcing an actress to prematurely reveal she was pregnant), people were already annoyed enough with her that she was given no benefit of the doubt.
>People were forced to break some habits they didn't even know they had. My little bro's twice-weekly trip to the (((theaters))) was fucked, and he realized there was much better stuff to be viewed from the comfort of his own home. And the popcorn didn't cost 15 fucking dollars, either.
>Keeping with /co/ subject matter, comic shops getting jewed by Diamond was bad, but DC and (eventually) Marvel jewing Diamond was pottery. That's a back that's been needing breaking for a long time.
>Because of "Imagine" and every other "We are your gods!" moment, people were waking up to how things really go in the entertainment industry. Ricky Gervais pointing out that, not only was the Emperor wearing no clothes, but that he was also fucking children, was a litmus test for the normals for just how fucking corrupt the press is for calling him out.
>Hollywood burned the theaters to save their own asses and to keep as much money as possible. Theaters, going forward, will most likely be a niche retro entertainment venue, like bar-arcades.
, in it's current form, is on its last legs. Comics, in their current form, are dying, kept alive only as franchise producers by the studios that own them. Television? Sitting through commercials is intolerable, and who under the age of 50 wants to watch censored content? Kids watch jewtube once they're old enough to figure out how to work a smartphone. Cartoons are rapidly being replaced with anime, which is far superior in terms of art and writing. Mainstream entertainment will have to adapt or die, and given how resistant they are to change, I'm guessing that it's choosing to die.