At the same time, we should do our best to not get caught up in a popularity arm’s race, thinking that just because the broadest group of people consumed something, that it is automatically good, that it is somehow successful.
Just Because It’s Popular, Doesn’t Mean It’s Good
Paul Cantor
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Pet rocks. Pet effing rocks. That is all.

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