Evolution of the Idiocracy

Chain food sucks I lamented to my partner. It all tastes the same. Salty,  sweet one dimensional blandness. But there’s no escaping it. It’s everywhere. People keep partonizing the places and they keep multiplying.

Small, local restaurants boast far superior food. Their prices are basically the same as the chains. Yet everyone goes for the garbage.

Plus the service at chains is more often than not less than stellar.
It’s crazy to me because everyone just wants it and loves it and can’t get enough. They’re all drinking the Kool-Aid and i’m left searching  for a glass of water in a desert.

This is the core of the problem with America and the economy. People maniacally flock to subpar products simply because the logos are shiny.

Quality and value are obsolete. Marketing is all that matters.

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2 thoughts on “Evolution of the Idiocracy

  1. Like you said I believe it’s all in the marketing of crap in a shinny new package. In general if you say it often enough people will believe what you are saying is the truth. For example the “affordable health care plan” #&@<%!!!

    • truth is, i’m in favor of a national health care plan. what we actually have is pretty bad though. forcing people to purchase something isn’t right. and while the prices are considerably lower than what they used to be, that doesn’t necessarily make it affordable.

      i don’t understand why Canada and Europe can do it right, but we can’t.

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