Seriously, I thought the KGO syndicated garbage show "Right This Minute" was some kind of joke, perhaps a rude commentary on what millennials might think of the news-gathering business but this visual manure takes the cake.
It's no wonder KGO has put this dog-doo in the Death Valley time slot at 3 PM Monday thru Friday.
I've watched mostly out of curiosity because, you know, us bloggers have no life and live in underground bunkers. Which would be far more interesting subject material than the carp called "Right This Minute" is and subjects the various mentally-impaired people watching any given day.
Here's the premise: take five trendy-looking yuppies in their 20's, early-to-mid 30's with convenient gender and race appearance, and offer what's going on in the world, excuse me: Whoooa! How ground-breaking. Are you stopping your work now?
Reality is this: Five really strange assholes sitting at a table, looking at their laptops for videos of the day! It just looks tragic and idiotic and not really, you know, genuine, and not the least bit interesting at all. As a reader told me, "anyone with a internet-connected TV or device can already get the same thing by going to Youtube and clicking on "trending" or "most popular."
This is about as enticing and interesting as the late-night menu at the Emeryville Dennys.