Not sure if it's out of boredom but my generation seemed to be too accustomed in looking for the secrets, the hidden and the mysteries even on the most trivial of things. From nursery rhymes, Disney shows to mainstream songs, nothing is safe from them.
Human's addiction on over-analyzing is quite fascinating. The effort and eagerness to find subliminal messages and hidden meanings on generally wholesome stuff like backmasking popular songs, mapping out adult images on cartoons and finding secret meanings on product advertisements is amusing. Always searching for too deep of a thinking among these meant to be innocent things.
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Yet, this addiction seemed to automatically turn off during news breaks. Or while watching documentaries and other "informative/educational" tv shows. Supposedly, these shows would lead us into thinking. But the opposite happens. Most people just take them as they are. Accepting all those fed data and info as facts, flawless and unbiased. And then react quickly like programmed creations. Like zombies. It's like we're in the world of The Walking Dead.
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Or maybe we are just like that. We're now in the Walking Dead world where we must fight the zombies and not let them eat our brains up. And like in the show, there's only a few people who are left thinking independently. Or simply thinking. O wait, I might be over-analyzing already. Maybe I just need some more sleep.