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Pop Culture and Its Infiltration Into Mainstream Media

Updated on May 20, 2015
Eyes Wide Open
Eyes Wide Open

If I see another article about Bruce Jenner, I'm gonna puke.

Bruce in Transition
Bruce in Transition

I was really proud of the guy when he won gold back in the day.


Bruce Back in the Day
Bruce Back in the Day

Today, I don't care if he wants to turn himself into a tortoise. He is too old and ugly to try and be a woman, but whatever. I just wish the media would turn elsewhere.

I'm glad the new Avengers film is out so we can stop being bombarded with clips and rumors about it. The same will go for the Batman v. Superman film.

Avengers Age of Ultron
Avengers Age of Ultron
Batman v. Superman
Batman v. Superman

But what can we do about the Kardashians and Taylor Smith?


Some Kardashians
Some Kardashians
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Thank god Paris Hilton seems to have suffocated herself.

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

This pop-media fixation is NOT news-worthy. There may be a million hits on Facebook or Twitter about what someone did to their hair or lips, or who is getting married/divorced/having babies, but the news circuits should have a separate button for those who want to dwell on trivia.

Big Lips
Big Lips

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      Craig Whyel 2 years ago from Charleroi, Pennsylvania

      Couldn't agree more. I think obsession with celebrity is natural to a point but far, far overdone and, frankly, I don't get the hysteria.

      Well-written.