Many people are jumping on the "society is crumbling" bandwagon. They say that people are becoming less and less moral, and you don't have to look far before you see signs of decay in our society. Once American society was considered moral and upright, now we go on TV shows and talk about things we wouldn't have even talked about in private fifty years ago.
Or so we're led to believe. The truth is that you can find pretty much whatever you're looking for. If you are looking for immorality and decay, you won't have to look hard to find it. If you are looking for goodness and wholesome entertainment, you can find that as well.
Many young people today are afraid to have kids. They say the world is crumbling all around them, and that it would be foolish to bring up kids in the world today. Sure, it's not easy. But it never was. Most people think that fifty years ago was the "good old days." But the truth is that there's always been some kind of "bad element" in society. It's just that it was considered in good taste to talk about it in the newspapers or show it on TV.
If you are looking for some fun entertainment that isn't filled with sexual innuendo or curse words, you certainly can find plenty of it. There are still plenty of good TV shows to choose from, and the movie industry is bigger than ever. You can choose between traditional movies in movie theaters, DVD rentals and one of the most amazing things to happen in recent years. Full length, streaming movies for cheaper than you can imagine.
This is great because it means there are even more choices without ever leaving your house. There's a huge war going on to capture the streaming movie market, and two of the biggest players are offering unlimited movies for less than ten bucks a month. It's estimated that before long, the top holder of market share in the streaming movie and TV market is going to be much bigger than the largest network.
For people that don't like the idea of having terrible network programming shoved down their throats, this is absolutely wonderful. Quality TV and movies, virtually unlimited choices, played whenever you want, all for about a third of what you're likely paying for cable.
And the good news is this will only get better and better. So chin up, there's lots of good old fashioned entertainment out there for the whole family.
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