About Zoos and documentaries about animals, I find it kind of frustrating that when I want to go learn ABOUT an animal, I have to be subjected to at least a half the documentary's content being "And then they will all die because they are dying animals because of everything you as a human contribute to every day." You know, I know that already. I learned about it the last million times. I wish there was a series of documentaries that just taught you facts about animals. Like you could take a test to see if you qualified to watch the Message Free Documentaries. The "I already got it" Series. And then for everyone who doesn't pass the test, they can watch documentaries with the message about how horrible humans are, but they would be narrated by Ross from Friends.
I mean, every time I pick a documentary to watch I am always just waiting for them to guilt trip me about them. You know, if you make people feel guilty with EVERY documentary, people will start avoiding documentaries and then they won't learn about animals at all! Plus I already hate all human interactions with the environment and animals and I think we are all shitheads so I kind of already know about how bad things are with us and animals.
You know what people will watch instead of documentaries about animals if they start avoiding them? They will watch those over-dramatacized documentaries about space or science with all the scientists filmed at weird angles with their arms crossed and a wooshing noise playing while their name is on the screen. WOOOSH Dr. Steven Armscrossed of Nevada Coolguy Scienceversity. Right after the crossed arms introduction they always have the new guy say something like "We really don't know how many near earth objects there are because it is very difficult to track them." While he is saying this they cut away to a graphic of the earth being raped by a million asteroids impacting and covering the earth in fire. Then the narrator will say something like "Just how many times will the earth be rock raped by the next ten years? Scientists SAY they don't know. But it will be maybe 50 times."
I wish documentaries were a little better than they are, with more intelligent information.
- ALL ANIMALS ARE FUCKED