Discussion in 'Flame Warzone' started by riles9262, Jun 27, 2004.
MTV has ruined america...i swear
Yep, that is it.:drool: :drool:
Pop culture created MTV. MTV did not create pop culture.
american pop culture has ruined the world
Nobody has to buy our stuff or ideas. Take some responsibility.
that is why i choose not to
That is so right. Been my thought for years.
Is that jealousy I hear from someone whose country's only significant cultural export lately has been Celine Dion?
at least it is an export with talent
Actually I prefer The Tragically Hip and Matthew Good.
I'll leave the US's 'talent' such as britney, justin, puddle of mudd, nick and jessica, limp biscuit, (the list goes on) well alone. Cause they are quality musicians
A more refined ship.
The American cultural portfolio is much, much bigger than just our pop music. When's the last time a Canadian movie received worldwide renown? When was the last time a Canadian book received critical acclaim and climbed to the top of the worldwide charts? What of Canadian fashion, drama, TV shows, writing?
The shit pop music that comes out of America is only a small fraction of the stuff we make that is loved worldwide. Can you say the same for Canadian cultural products?
its because no canadian products are overmarketed by rich, greedy, fat american businessmen
Or maybe your shit just sucks and nobody wants to buy it, read it, watch it, or listen to it?
^^^ Don't we Americans have a majority of the above too?
JavaFox - i'm not canadian
maybe the "Nobody" you refer to are americans
Well hate to be stereotypical, but that is an ignorant and arrogant response that (some) Americans are known for.
I doubt that you hate to be stereotypical and probably do it all the time.
Anyway, you guys oughta learn to not take things so seriously here. It's the Flame Warzone.
your're hit the nail on the head with this one.(and my country)
Land of the free and the home of the overpayed....
yea...America has lots, some rocks, some sucks
mostly tho, we are good at whining....lol
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