1. Shark Week.
If there’s a type of programming that draws viewers and is widely enjoyed, why not just give the people what they want? I understand that some things are best consumed in smaller increments, but television documenting carnivorous fish isn’t one of them. In 1926 there was black history week, which turned to black history month in 1976 and guess what? Four years later, in 1980, BET (Black Entertainment Television) was founded. Horrible comparison? Probably, but that doesn’t change the fact that a channel strictly dedicated to shark content would gobble up a ton of ratings.
2. Pumpkin flavored things.
I’m looking at you, Starbucks. What’s a brotha to do when it’s June and he’s craving a pumpkin spice latte? Stop trying to make cake pops happen and give the people 365 days of access to glory. WHAT DO WE WANT? Year-round pumpkin! WHEN DO WE WANT…
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