I am glued to the World Cup soccer matches. The European teams aren’t doing very well this time, giving the Latin Americans a chance to score and move up in the rankings. I’m rooting for Argentina, next is Mexico, and after that I don’t care. Brazil of course, being the host country, is determined to win. Good luck.
Already there’s a scandal about rigged games – I’ve been saying that for years – and now here’s proof. Apparently some of the referees can be bribed in order to give advantage to certain teams.
Our food is full of illness-producing chemicals, but advertised as healthy products.
Our newspapers, media outlets, and radio shows can’t be trusted with accuracy in the news and yet we turn them on every night.
Airlines and car manufacturers are notorious for cutting corners to save a dime, but we’re the first to grab a no-frills discounted ticket.
The medical industry knows of easier ways to cure our illnesses, but suppresses the truth in favor of expensive therapies because they bring in the bucks. Hey, somebody has to pay for those $100 aspirins in the hospital.
Stop! I want to get off and live somewhere else.
When you distill it, it all comes down to making a profit.
Nobody cares about your quality of life, or even if you have a life.
It’s more like where’s your wallet?
Calvin says, “Don’t get me started about our dog food. Have you ever wondered why vet practices are always full? The pet food industry owns them!”