Sorry To Burst Your Bubble, but There Is No Such Thing as Hate-watching

10/14/2021 11:44:00 PM

It’s time to like what you like and not feel weird about it.

Sorry To Burst Your Bubble, but There Is No Such Thing as Hate-watching

It’s time to like what you like and not feel weird about it.

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Sorry, Was That a Good Opinion From Prince William?The future king says the money being spent on space tourism would be better spent on curbing the climate crisis, and … correct. WOW! No one cares, ratio btw Wow, it finally happened: this ratio Since when was there such a thing as a 'good' opinion? An opinion is just that, neither 'good' nor 'bad'. Based on whose almighty judgement can you deliver a definitive verdict of an opinion? Sums up the world we live in today

This Divisive Beer Style Could Be Coming Back into FashionThis divisive beer style could be coming back into fashion. Oh no, not smoked beer again! I had hoped that disgusting trend had finally blown away. (Did you see what I did there?)

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Related Story In Defense of Reading a Movie’s Wikipedia Page “Female-centric entertainment tends to get less respect, so someone who enjoys it will often feel the need to criticize it more vocally in front of others,” explains Barna Donovan, PhD, who researches fandom of pop culture. “But people who enjoy a Fast & Furious movie, a masculine form of entertainment, won’t be forced to justify their fandom or disown their pleasure. Photo: WPA Pool/Getty Images I hesitate to say this, given his recent handling of familial-racism allegations and his characterizations of his brother as a famemonger, but I think Prince William just expressed a good opinion? One I can get behind and actually happen to share? Hmmm.” So it’s not that we actually hate—or even love-hate—our “hate-watch” shows, it’s that we feel pressured to say we do. Part of that, Swersey thinks, might just be that brewers have learned that less is more in smoked beers. And that creates a landscape in which people think they’re better than certain entertainment because it’s meant for a viewer who is “less sophisticated. The opinion in question: that all these billionaires currently racing one another to the edge of space would do better by everyone if they routed some of that money into saving Earth instead.” Hear me now: No one is “above” any kind of show.

The entire point of pop culture is that it’s supposed to be for everyone to enjoy. “That really is quite crucial, to be focusing on this [planet] rather than giving up and heading out into space to try and think of solutions for the future. However, a positive experience with a well-balanced beer pushes drinkers to seek out others. And we should damn well be able to admit to loving what we choose to binge. Especially if we’re streaming it from a camera-case-covered phone. Save for the view, these flights sound like ten minutes of discomfort, and for what? The ability to brag to your rich friends about the time you almost got this close to space? To be fair, I guess, it’s maybe worth mentioning that Bezos did donate $10 billion toward environmental preservation. Emma Baty Emma Baty is the Associate Entertainment Editor at Cosmopolitan who focuses on movies and TV. It wouldn’t be the first time a divisive beer became solidly part of the mainstream.  This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. William told the BBC he has “absolutely no interest” in visiting space, unlike many of his megawealthy peers — a refreshing change of pace — and highlighted the “rise in climate anxiety” among young people whose “futures are basically threatened.

You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at Advertisement - Continue Reading Below . Rude. “I feel like smoked beer is a style that the door could open up more on,” Ranck said.