A Different Kind of Red Shift
So that was a divorced couple living in the same house.
Well , here’s the other shoe dropping. Divide the property.
I saw Vox Day linking to this article at the Federalist. Now the federalist is hardly the Alt-Right. Things seem to be percolating up into the regular world.
The Z Man has a very good post up about Hollywood (but mostly TV).
He discusses the waning audience for broadcast tv and questions the reason for this. He discusses a couple of theories. I’ll leave you to read it yourself but I’ll state that I think he’s right that the anti-traditionalist agenda has finally combined with the cord cutting phenomenon to kill broadcast tv. Halleluiah! What took them so long?
One line that caught my attention was a question. What was the last show that captured the imagination of the country so that everybody would be talking about it the next day. His answer, Seinfeld. That show has been off the air for almost twenty years. I think that says it all. Now, maybe it was 9-11 that killed off the fun or maybe the Democrats trying to poison the Bush presidency. Either way we stopped being one people about twenty years ago. The death of television is just a symptom of the great divorce.