When I made my last post, I wondered if I was fighting a battle than didn’t need fought. But more related illogic in this Robert Hilburn article (originally in the LA Times). Hilburn suggests that what’s on the radio is what the people want. I can’t decide if this is naivete or blindness. In one sentence, here’s what I think: People want what they’re given.
It reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where George and Jerry propose their sit-com to the network. When asked why people will watch the show, George says, “Because it’s on.”