by Michael Snyder
End of the American Dream
There was once a television show about nothing. For those that are too young to remember, it was called “Seinfeld” and it ran from July 5th, 1989 to May 14th, 1998. But in reality, it wasn’t really a show about nothing. It was actually about anything and everything, and it captured the reality of modern living in ways that were truly unique. I have to admit that I was a regular viewer in those days, and each week I eagerly tuned in to see what Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer would do next. It was great television, and unfortunately they just don’t make shows like that anymore. Instead, we are cursed to have hundreds of channels to watch but hardly anything on them that is ever worth watching.
On the Internet, the problem is even worse. There are literally millions of websites, and most of them are garbage.