Can't remember where I scooped this from, maybe metafilter?
It's a British comedy piece, but it's true for Canadian TV, and TV anywhere. And it's touches on a number of reasons why, about 8 years ago, I started to move away from live-action and towards animation. I looked at where I could head in live-action, where I'd be in 10 years, and it made my soul weep.
It also touches on why I'm so keen on this David Lynch "Interview Project," that uses media to actually show the connections humans have in an honest fashion, as opposed to using media to exploit others with a painful intent.
Am I some kind of fuzzy-wuzzy teddy bear, who only likes cuddly and sweet things done with media? No.
Is Bambi my one and only favourite movie? No. (Although I do love Bambi).
Considering my most recent purchase on DVD was Romero's Dawn of The Dead, I think it's pretty safe to say that I go in for all kinds of content.
I have just grown to truly loath much of what one has to do to get ahead in media production, usually for the purpose (in the grand scheme of things) of creating utter crap, that is truly destructive to humanity. What a waste of one's (relatively very short) life.
This clip is wickedly honest, and should be shown to all Film Students, repeatedly.