Sorry about this post but I'm about to go on a rant here. Now I love CNN. I think it's a very great website for news coverage and they have very interesting articles related to world issues, politics, entertainment, law, technology and health. Even just now I was on CNN and I was reading a very fascinating article on how BBG can reduce secondary damage caused by spinal injuries! The article says that BBG is similar to a blue food dye that is regularly used for colouring in M&Ms and Gatorade and since it's been sucessful during testing the researchers are applying for FDA permission to test on humans. VERY COOL! After reading articles I generally like to look over to the side to see what other top stories are popular or just to see if there was anything else I missed out on. But what I saw on the list today really annoyed me..
WHO CARES ABOUT THE BACHELORETTE?!!
Don't get me wrong. When I was in Canada I was a fan of the show. I thought it was entertaining to watch but when news about who the Bachelorette chose beats out major world issues that's when I have a problem. Isn't this what websites like People.com is for? I remember watching Oprah one day and she commented that she saw an article on CNN regarding Beyonce and how she didn't want to be known as bootylicious anymore. She thought it was ridiculous. Obviously that's so random and I think it wastes the readers time. I really don't need a full 1200 word article on how the Bachelorette fell in love while she was on the show. Come on CNN this is messed up. Then again it's the readers on the site who are the ones clicking to read the articles and that just makes it even more upsetting.
Sorry about all the complaints. Thank you for reading :)
4 weeks ago