Work has been stressful, and I find that at such times, a great way to decompress is to find some mindless, unredeming exercise that requires no brain function whatsoever. Enter: Jersey Shore.
I don't bother with cable, so I pick up the episodes on MTV after broadcast on their website. While navigating through the episodes, the preloaded sponsor ad loads, and to my amazement it's the History Channel's "Top Shot" show.
MTV as I always have known them (stopped watching around the late 90s/early 00s) have been as far left as any libtard I've ever shook my head at in disbelief, and have (had?) a decades-long policy of refusing to air any videos with guns or gun/violence. So I am amazed how this can be. Has the youth of today stopped swallowing the NBC "less you know" Brady bullshit? Or has the youth of today perhaps evolved past crap like MTV which is now the VH1 of Gen X and they now have to get a lot less preachy to cater to less-impressionable adults?