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6,560.  The bottom line is that the government is getting what they have ordered.  They do not want your children to be educated.  They do not want you to think too much.  That is why our country and our world has become so proliferated with entertainments, mass media, television shows, amusement parks, drugs, alcohol and every kind of entertainment to keep the human mind entertained, so that you don’t get in the way of important people by doing too much thinking.  You had better wake up and understand that there are people who are guiding your life and you don’t even know it.  (Think & Education & Television & Entertainment & Government: Secret & Elite & New World Order)   Jordan Maxwell, Matrix of Power

 

 

7,269.  Books are the perfect entertainment: no commercials, no batteries, hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent.  What I wonder is why everybody doesn't carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.  (Book & Entertainment)  Stephen King

 

 

71,401.  What a show we’ve got lined up for you tonight, ladies and gentlemen.  Oh, tonight we’ve got artists from all four corners of the job centre.  Ken Dodd

 

 

71,402.  Any form of entertainment only exists because it corresponds to a moment in time.  Orson Welles, interview The Parkinson Show 1973

 

 

71,403.  New from Wraith Babes: the hottest girls in the nastiest situations.  Select View.  Black Mirror 2/3: Fifteen Million Merits, Channel 4 2011

 

71,404.  I love choosing my own clothes.  And I love gold.  I feel like it really expresses who I really am.  ibid.  celebrity hotshot

 

71,405.  We medicate against that.  You will have pleasure for ever.  ibid.  Wraith on judging panel

 

71,406.  I’m an entertainer.  ​ibid.  Bingham

 

71,407.  We’re so out of our minds with desperation we don’t know any better.  All we know is fate, fodder and buying shit.  ibid.

 

71,408.  You came across as fundamentally unlikable and really quite worthless.  ibid.

 

 

71,409.  Television is a medium of entertainment which permits millions of people to listen to the same joke at the same time, and yet remain lonesome.  (Entertainment & Television)  T S Eliot

 

 

71,410.  I read that Monica Seles got stabbed.  And although I have nothing against Monica Seles, I’m glad somebody in sports got stabbed.  I like the idea of it; it’s good entertainment.  If we’re lucky, it’ll spread through sports.  And show business, too!  Wouldn’t you like to see a guy jump up on stage and stab some famous singer?  Especially a real shitty pop singer?  Maybe they’ll even start stabbing comedians.  Fuck it, I’m ready!  I never perform without my can of mace.  I have a switchblade knife too.  I’ll cut your eye out and go right on telling jokes.  (Enter-  tainment & Knife)  George Carlin, Brain Droppings  

 

 

99,910.  People who see life as anything more than pure entertainment are missing the point.  (Comedy & Life’s Like That & Entertainment)  George Carlin, When Will Jesus Bring The Pork Chops? 

 

 

71,411.  Borkin: Ladies and gentlemen, why are you so glum?  Sitting there like a jury after it’s been sworn in! ... Let’s think up something. What would you like?  Forfeits, tug of war, catch, dancing, fireworks?  Anton Chekhov, Ivanov

 

 

49,245.  Politics is the entertainment branch of industry.  (Industry & Politics & Entertainment)  Frank Zappa

 

 

71,412.  That's what music is – entertainment.  The more you put yourself into it, the more of you comes out in it.  (Entertainment & Music)  Kurt Cobain

 

 

71,413.  To me, bad taste is what entertainment is all about.  John Waters  

 

 

77,407.  Television is an invention that permits you to be entertained in your living room by people you wouldn't have in your home.  (Invention & Television & Entertainment)  David Frost

 

 

78,275.  ‘Believe it or not – Rob Ripley!’  Ripley's Believe It Or Not! PBS 2015, Ripley on stage and radio

 

78,276.  The Fireproof Man From Kansas.  Dr W A Mayfield.  ibid.  caption

 

78,277.  The Man With The Revolving Head – He can see his own spine.  Joe Laurello.  ibid.  caption

 

78,278.  The popular multi-media brand that for two decades had mesmorised the nation.  ibid.  commentary

 

 

96,547.  The ‘Pandorama’ consisted of a stage-front made of painted cardboard and fixed on the front of a wooden box about three feet long by two feet six inches high, and about one foot deep from back to front.  The ‘Show’ was a lot of pictures cut out of illustrated weekly papers and pasted together, end to end, so as to form a long strip or ribbon.  Bert had coloured all the pictures with water-colours.

 

Just behind the wings of the stage-front at each end of the box – was an upright roller, and the long strip of pictures was rolled up on this ... ‘Our next picture is called ‘An Englishman's ome’.  ’Ere we see the inside of another room in Slumtown, with the father and mother and four children sitting down to dinner – bread and drippin’ and tea.  It says underneath the pitcher that there’s Thirteen millions of people in England always on the verge of starvation.’  (Poverty & Entertainment & Party & Starvation)  Robert Tressell, The Ragged Trouserered Philanthropist

 

96,549.  ‘Here we see another unemployment procession’ continued Bert as he rolled another picture into sight; ‘2,000 able-bodied who are not allowed to work ... ’Ere we see a lot of small boys about twelve and thirteen years old being served out with their Labour Stiffcats.’  (Poverty & Entertainment & Party)  ibid.

 

 

5,193.  Father [to children]: The mill’s closed.  There’s no more work.  We’re destitute.  I’m afraid I have no choice but to sell you all for scientific experiments.  (Work & Children & Experiment)  Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life 1983 starring Graham Chapman & John Cleese & Terry Gilliam & Eric Idle & Terry Jones & Michael Palin & Carol Cleveland & Patricia Quinn & Judy Loe & Simon Jones & Matt Frewer & Jane Leeves et al, director Terry Jones

 

 

100,244.  ‘Lenny Henry started out as a comic and has transformed himself by a lot of hard work into one of the most brilliant actors.’  (Comedy & Entertainment)  Lenny Henry: A Life on Screen, BBC 2016

 

100,245.  The Queen Mary Ballroom Dudley: ‘All these kids in there pretending to be over 18.  (Comedy & Entertainment)  ibid.  

 

100,246.  The Fosters 1976; Great Yarmouth 1978; Tiswas 1978-1982; Three of a Kind 1981-1983; The Lenny Henry Show 1984-2012; Comic Relief 1986; Famous, Rich and in the Slums 2011; Lenny in Hollywood 1991; Chef 1993; Alive & Kicking 1991; Lenny & Will Radio 2006; Othello 2009; The Comedy of Errors 2009; Danny & the Human Zoo 2015; The Cops Don’t Know 2015.  ibid.