...a very interesting business model: find out what really pisses off your paying customers and give it to them.
Too funny, and too true. I have never responded well to being force-fed or being told, "...but you like this! This is your favorite!" Perhaps it is a business model a mother can get away with... You may have discovered in this survey an index to the attitudes of MSM and our democratic governments: we cannot be expected to know our own minds so, tut tut, be quite, pay attention, and listen to what we are being told. It's for our own good! And, for heavens sake, stop complaining, sit still, and stop fidgeting! Increasingly, we are encumbered with nanny-minders. But, it could be worse: when travelling in China, I was awe-struck watching an airline stewardess walking up and down the aisle scolding the passengers. And, in a restaurant in China, I was deeply amused by a waitress who scolded me for ordering a dish she didn't like. She said, "No, no! That is not good!" I said, "OK, what is good," and so she ordered for me. I was too amused to object, but perhaps that is where we are headed: the stern but benevolent care of a society of nannies.