Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Unli news

It started just this week. News of scandalous brawl at the airport involving "high profile" people are being flashed from one channel to another. On the other matters, another brawl at a bar took place. guess what, it involved another celebrities who obviously needs to resolve issues between them. These are the headlines of almost all media, like they are critical national issues that we all need to ponder on (Well, except for the part where airport CCTV camera not working, and off-load luggage). As days pass by, it gets more exasperating to watch the news. So I immediately walk out at the mere mention of nonsensical issues. However, it seems inescapable as i took the public bus, and the TV on board is the evening news. Hmm, might as well start to bring my mp3 with me as I don't have noise-cancelling headphones. Any mishaps with known personalities will circulate everywhere, until it gets too mainstream, and people will eventually get tired of talking. Then another untoward incident will become the new talk of the town. Big issues come and go, but sadly, most of them remain unsolved. What's even more astonishing is that people no longer care, as they are now busy with the latest gossip.