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Mockery of Death.

    "Lets play a game, you (audience) guess if the shown meal is a super sized take out order, or an inmates last meal." - Jay Leno (or Lenno, I never knew, and don't particularly care).

    *Cussing will be involved.

    Jay Lenno/Leno has a new game for his late night comedy talk show.
    I don't know the exact name of it, but how you play is that he says a list of food (like, "3 cheese burgers, 2 large fries, a large coke, sprite, and a slice of chocolate cake!") and the audience has to guess if it's one of America's fat citizens ordering a super sized take out meal, or an inmates last meal before they're killed on Death Row.

    I'm not sure where to start, since this is so morally wrong, that it's utterly ridiculous. Who the fuck finds humor in this? Really, America? People find this shit funny?! Who came up with this idea? How did it even come to be a topic of conversation for a damn GAME SHOW?!

    "Hey, Jay, I've got an idea for an interactive game for you and your audience!"
    "Oh really? Lets hear it!"
    "Lets mock the inmates on Death Row by making their last meal into a game show by comparing what they order to a super sized take out meal!"

    Yeah, brilliant.
    Honestly, what happened to comedy? Have we gone so slow, gotten so stupid, and crave mindless entertainment so much that we actually find someones death funny?

    I mean, I can understand that the men and or women on Death Row did some pretty fucked up shit to be put to death, but still. This isn't something to mock, or find humor out of! If it was supposed to be humorous, they'd record it for the public and make THAT a game show. What would they call that, "The Human Sausage Fest! Tonight at 8!"
    "How long until Freddy stops sizzling? Whoever guesses closest gets $5,000!"

    And yet, Jays hundreds of thousands of viewers, sit at home with their family and watch this shit.
    America, you have severely disappointed and failed me.

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