A lot of this may sound over the top, but most of them are real -- in extremism, too much is never enough. The Quack Pack one comes from a YouTube video -- I don't remember the guy's name, but he really wanted a man blacklisted from Hollywood over a 20-year-old cartoon. Please don't track the video down yourself -- he doesn't deserve any more hits.
The current phase in the media of trying to get offended by every single animal, vegetable and mineral will pass. The 1960s didn't go on forever; the current vibe in the air will also evaporate eventually. What we think of "90s music" was only popular between 1993 and 1997. Low, droning odes to depression dominated for a few years; then bouncy stuff like Britney and Hanson broke out and it ended. Why? Because in the end, though there was plenty in life to be sad about, people preferred being happy to being sad. They couldn't wallow in negative emotions forever without it becoming really tiring. For that reason, I can't see the "attack everything" trend lasting indefinitely.
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