Tuesday, May 29, 2012

"Quantum of Solace" On The SyFy Channel? Why Am I Not Surprised?

Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern love this sort of thing. Last night on their monumentally boring SyFy Channel, they aired the James Bond flick, "Quantum of Solace." Yet another example as to the real reason why the three of them retitled their network....."SyFy." So that they could engage in the most lazy programming habits imaginable (airing anything and everything easily within arms distance reach, and not aimed at any segment of the viewing audience in particular.)

It has become clear that "SyFy" is not some cool renaming of "Science Fiction." It is in fact a corporate acronym from the "Universal Studios Black Tower" symbolizing their desire to not be tied down by a singular and discernable on-air identity. The ultimate manifestation of corporate laziness in broadcasting because it would limit their subject matter options in putting stuff on the air.

The SyFy Channel is nothing more than an ambiguous free-for-all of a cable network, where subject matter of all shapes and sizes (in the form of television programming) unrelated to one another are aired back to back on one ambiguous cable channel.

The master plan of NBC-Universal all along with this cable network, was to make their lives as lazy and as easy as possible. Professional wrestling here...a James Bond movie there....a cooking show here....AMBIGUITY EVERYWHERE!!

It's crystal clear now what the "SyFy" acronym's meaning is for viewers as intended by NBC-Universal....

"So You're Feeling Yucky?"

"Watch our cable channel and we'll make you feel even worse!!"

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