The media are always reporting about the super-rich: Honestly, how does knowing about them benefit our soul?
learning that being a conservative actually damages your soul is knowledge that would benefit us all, but being constantly told about who's the richest won't help any of us.
- ?Lv 56 months agoFavorite Answer
Think of that envy-creating spread 'Sunday Times Rich List' (UK only) - 1989, introduced to all two years after the Black Monday Market Crash, with people who shun publicity and try their damnedest to hide their wealth - with the Daily Mail also jumping on the bandwagon, hissing with racism at the Arabs and Africans - with the latter who had scraped in.
The mentioning of non-western beings (who have amassed billions) usually will get many of us green-eyed and willing to make the sort of comments to tabloids that we would never dream of doing out on the street.
- NosehairLv 76 months ago
Your kids may very well be retarnded but that will probably have nothing to do with you marring your step brother.
- KaleyKLv 76 months ago
The media reports on things that are uncommon and titillate. They don't tell stories about a man stopping to help a stranger with a flat tire because that's common and boring. They tell the story about the one-in-a-million bad guy that stops and assaults someone trying to change a tire. The media doesn't report on my lifestyle and income because it is common and boring. They report on the super rich because they are rare and (for some) exciting.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Pretty depressing really...