This is an Address to all Races that are using the slogan 'Not our President' as the for score moment of fact chasing the fact of the vote in the United States. The fact is the fact that there are facts and that gave leave to the Office called the electoral process in measured and counted and in all and all gives us our President-elect whom is now in the prepare. The simplicity of this message is to ask all of you kindly right now to stop your rioting as it is only a matter of time before you will be named and coined as domestic terrorists. Understanding your protest is to be comprehended and most certainly understood, however terrorism has begun and whether or not you delight in such a word it is plainly terrorism. You're burning of anything, the destruction of anything is a horror to this Nation and the democratic process of why this country employs a Constitution and a Declaration of Independence. On the trait of terrorists around the World you have followed the treacherous detail and are currently identifying yourself as such in grave and complete contest.
The law is the law until it is changed. I ask in grace of countenance for the people of the United States of America to halt and consider the consequences of a world filled with hatred and to consider your actions before worse is called out and upon each of our cities reducing our ability to accomplish anything of consequence, you are saying that you would rather have Marshall Law every single night than to realize protests are not done in the dead of night. Should your protesting have merit than you would plan with each city official and during daylight hours would bring structured attention to the message of your pain.
Should any American write the guide for these frustrated Americans I would greatly appreciate the verse to technique of formly showing how resident disapproval may be executed with construction and merit.
The Media has put to the plates of television a product that is not placing conversation to what would happen should this behaviour not stop in its place. The National Media is just having an 'Entertainment Tonight' vista to view how their ratings will shoot to the top of commercial advertising and that is back to basic's of greed showing the again 'The People' as a product and as only another Wall Street coin and dollar to hide.
As most will jest at this message of write it is fact that my twin flame sang of and on a CD that Reality T.V. killed them all in America. For I this is an effort to say that his candor is of great levity and that my country is answering a call to that specific?? Each person now must admit that Live T.V. is reality and has been running rampant for years or is it only the 19 months on campaign that your witness to such has brought to term an Executive as your President-elect?? No, it is the absolute truth of the matter of what exactly has taken place in the United States of America and as such all of whom watched those shows may know of the character of such parties long before the avenue of the drive of their personality to the very real reality that those shows did very well on-air. Therefore the writing's on the Wall?? What is the trip down memory lane for all of you today??
I have written for years and smitten I have been in the sway of knowing that a thousand years may pass and I can remember such a dignity of cause and at the same exact time frustration of such cause that barreled my person with the ridiculousness of that same exact cause; twin flames, yep nobody believes however I do comprehend the weight of the message of the Ancients.
Twin Flames do not falter upon humanity to stroke the pleasing nautical of such navigation to style a sexual pleasure to be the empty venture of a final lay to bring entertainment as the aspect to subject and role. Twin Flames counter the desk of such a journey to learn and find composure with the balance of lives with such energy as to communicate the hard journey of the lesson in and of itself.
There is much that delivers a stride to speak in such frank degree however today I plead with all Americans that my twin flame wrote, sang and recorded a watch. The time is now on the clock and this nation is at a pulse of treason against themselves as human beings. Your footprint to this election is more than a reflection of the process it is a demonstration to the process of how much better you are able to shine through the disparity as well as any disappointment. Burning down businesses and being filmed on the News showing your person as hysterical laughing jaw-snapping hyena's is not the route that brings anything but the National Guard and more departments of the government to instruct. This never goes well for by the time that that scope of magnitude is used you will have wasted the time doing nothing and then be stuck with what your method of expression delivers and it only delivers prison.
Please delve into your own mind's thought as to what you would find should in statement should another country be suffering this at their hems in their country of now. In the world people are in tremendous stress and the killing, burning, chanting, mobbing and so much more has brought nothing else to their cities but dead bodies, bleeding humans and destroyed property with only rubble showing what was there at one time. Consider the bearing of your truth to subject as now the shoe is on the other foot and plainly our entire country is now at present moment on the turns of reality.
Until now every American said 'let's go shopping' and now the work is 'let's go riot in or under the pretense of a protest'?? You are falling prey, becoming puppets and the puppetry is the string that will drive the threads to formally seal the video with the evidence to lock you up which is most certainly a chant I am positive you are already familiar with. Be wise to what as happened for the Chess piece comes from someplace and human nature is the board game on this Monopoly.
Now with whatever patience you are able to muster have a Total Recall minute of The Flood along with the stories of The Beast or even Nostradamus and add the words from the president-elect in a quote; you're fired. Is this the opportunity to have the answer before the question needs to be tolled?
Reality television?? Reality shows https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/33174080/anti-trump-protests-turn-violent-demonstrators-burn-trumps-head-effigy-hurl-molotov-cocktails-at-police/
- A 2006 study proposed six subgenres: romance, crime, informational, reality-drama, competition/game, and talent. 
- A 2007 study proposed five subgenres: infotainment, docusoap, lifestyle, reality game shows, and lifestyle experiment programs.
- A 2009 study proposed eight subgenres: "gamedocs", dating programs, makeover programs, docusoaps, talent contests, court programs, reality sitcoms, and celebrity variations of other programs.
Financial transactions and appraisals
Special living environment
Supernatural and paranormal
Reality competition/game shows
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- See also: List of reality television game shows
Criticism and analysis
"Reality" as misnomer
Political and cultural impact
As a substitute for scripted drama
Similar works in popular culture
- "The Seventh Victim" (1953) was a short story by science fiction author Robert Sheckley that depicted a futuristic game in which one player gets to hunt down another player and kill him. The first player who can score ten kills wins the grand prize. This story was the basis for the Italian film The 10th Victim (1965).
- You're Another, a 1955 short story by Damon Knight, is about a man who discovers that he is an actor in a "livie", a live-action show that is viewed by billions of people in the future.
- A King in New York, a 1957 film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin has the main character, a fictional European monarch portrayed by Chaplin, secretly filmed while talking to people at a New York cocktail party. The footage is later turned into a television show within the film.
- "The Prize of Peril" (1958), another Robert Sheckley story, was about a television show in which a contestant volunteers to be hunted for a week by trained killers, with a large cash prize if he survives. It was adapted in 1970 as the TV movie Das Millionenspiel, and again in 1983 as the movie Le Prix du Danger.
- Richard G. Stern's novel Golk (1960) was about a hidden-camera show similar to Candid Camera.
- "It Could Be You" (1964), a short story by Australian Frank Roberts, features a day-in-day-out televised blood sport.
- Survivor (1965), a science fiction story by Walter F. Moudy, depicted the 2050 "Olympic War Games" between Russia and the United States. The games are fought to show the world the futility of war and thus deter further conflict. Each side has one hundred soldiers who fight in a large natural arena. The goal is for one side to wipe out the other; the few who survive the battle become heroes. The games are televised, complete with color commentary discussing tactics, soldiers' personal backgrounds, and slow-motion replays of their deaths.
- "Bread and Circuses" (1968) was an episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek in which the crew visits a planet resembling the Roman Empire, but with 20th-century technology. The planet's "Empire TV" features regular gladiatorial games, with the announcer urging viewers at home to vote for their favorites, stating, "This is your program. You pick the winner."
- The Year of the Sex Olympics (1968) was a BBC television play in which a dissident in a dictatorship is forced onto a secluded island and taped for a reality show in order to keep the masses entertained.
- The Unsleeping Eye (1973), a novel by D.G. Compton (also published as The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe), was about a woman dying of cancer whose last days are recorded without her knowledge for a television show. It was later adapted as the 1980 movie Death Watch.
- "Ladies And Gentlemen, This Is Your Crisis" (1976) was a short story by science fiction author Kate Wilhelm about a television show in which contestants (including a B-list actress who is hoping to revitalize her career) attempt to make their way to a checkpoint after being dropped off in the Alaskan wilderness, while being filmed and broadcast around the clock through an entire weekend. The story focuses primarily on the show's effect on a couple whose domestic tensions and eventual reconciliation parallel the dangers faced by the contestants.
- Network (1976) includes a subplot in which network executives negotiate with an urban terrorist group for the production of a weekly series, each episode of which was to feature an act of terrorism. The climax of the film has the terrorist group being turned against the network's own unstable star, news commentator Howard Beale.
- The Running Man (1982) was a book by Stephen King depicting a game show in which a contestant flees around the world from "hunters" trying to chase him down and kill him; it has been speculated that the book was inspired by Robert Sheckley's The Prize of Peril. The book was loosely adapted as a 1987 movie of the same name. The movie removed most of the reality-TV element of the book: its competition now took place entirely within a large television studio, and more closely resembled an athletic competition (though a deadly one).
- The film 20 Minutes into the Future (1985), and the spin-off television series Max Headroom, revolved around television mainly based on live, often candid, broadcasts. In one episode of Max Headroom, "Academy", the character Blank Reg fights for his life on a courtroom game show, with the audience deciding his fate.
- Vengeance on Varos (1985) was an episode of the television show Doctor Who in which the population of a planet watches live television broadcasts of the torture and executions of those who oppose the government. The planet's political system is based on the leaders themselves facing disintegration if the population votes 'no' to their propositions.
Pop culture references
- Real Life (1979) is a comedic film about the creation of a show similar to An American Family gone horribly wrong.
- Louis the 19th, King of the Airwaves (1994) is a Québécois film about a man who signs up to star in a 24-hour-a-day reality television show.
- The Truman Show (1998) is a film about a man (Jim Carrey) who discovers that his entire life is being staged and filmed for a 24-hour-a-day reality television show.
- EDtv (1999) was a remake of Louis the 19th, King of the Airwaves.
- Series 7: The Contenders (2001) is a film about a reality show in which contestants have to kill each other to win.
- Halloween: Resurrection (2002) is a horror/slasher film that takes place in a wired house full of surveillance cameras. Each "contestant" is recorded as they attempt to survive and solve the mystery of the murders.
- American Dreamz (2006) is a film set partially on an American Idol-like show.
- Slumdog Millionaire (2008) is a film in which a contestant on the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? is interrogated because he knows all the answers.
- The Comeback (2005) satirizes the indignity of reality television by presenting itself as "raw footage" of a new reality show documenting the attempted comeback of has-been star Valerie Cherish.
- Dead Set (2008) is a British television programme featuring a zombie apocalypse affecting the Big Brother house. Part of the film was shot during an actual eviction with host Davina McCall making a cameo appearance.
- Rock Rivals (2008) is a British television show about two judges on a televised singing contest whose marriage is falling apart.
- "Fifteen Million Merits" (2011) is an episode in the first season of British television anthology series Black Mirror, set in a dystopian future in which appearing on reality television is the only way in which people can escape their miserable, jail-like conditions.
- Unreal (2015) is an American television show that depicts the behind-the-scenes drama on a show similar to The Bachelor.
- Chart Throb (2006) is a comic novel by Ben Elton that parodies The X Factor and The Osbournes, among other reality shows.
- Dead Famous (2001) is a comedy/whodunit novel, also by Ben Elton, in which a contestant is murdered while on a Big Brother-like show.
- Oryx and Crake (2003), a speculative fiction novel by Margaret Atwood, occasionally makes mentions of the protagonist and his friend entertaining themselves by watching reality television shows of live executions, Noodie News, frog squashing, graphic surgery, and child pornography.
- L.A. Candy (2009) is a young adult novel series by Lauren Conrad, which is based on her experiences on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and The Hills.