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Wally was truly passionate about music and the cinema. He had spent countless hours listening to the best radio stations, singing along to his favorite tunes and going about his daily activities. Music is a truly wonderful thing he thought while he read through a bunch of online blogs and went about his research.
Not only was he passionate about music but he thoroughly enjoyed a vibrant and well though out story. That was the same reason for which he loved the cinema and even more so poetry. All in all these fields al had one main thing in common. Without poetry none of these would be possible.
Every great song and movie ever produced originated by some form of poetry. Without it a movie would just be a dull sequence of images without a soul and a song would just be a random repetition of un organized notes. Poetry, language were the key that opened all the doors to greatness when it came to art, music and film.
Wally had experienced it all when it came to great music, tv shows and poetry. He had read Shakespear, listened to a wide variety of music and seen movies in languages he did not even understand.
He could not help but feel a little anguish when he discovered that Hollywood was on it's last legs. The once very profitable empire was about to come to a close and not in a good way at that. Even the top dogs of the industry weren't thriving anymore. What used to be a really easy game had become serious work for everyone.
In the past all someone had to do was make it big and release that one album. After that they could sit back relax and collect their money while sipping on their favorite cocktail from their multi billion dollar yacht.
Those days are over. Even the best of the best have had to find other means to sustain their eccentric life styles.
With Youtube and other forms of social media becoming famous is much easier then in the past but who cares about being famous if you can only be at the top for a short while?
Being a one hit wonder doesn't get you anywhere and you can't make a stable career out of it so why bother?
When even the best actors like Robert Deniro and Al Pacino have to seek refuge in the theatre or take part in silly commercials, ( they wouldn't have been caught dead in) previously just to get by, what does that mean for the average nobody trying to start off their career in acting?
Not even the Elton John's and Rod Stuarts of the world are safe from this new artistic Hollywood fiasco caused by online piracy. They have been forced to move to Vegas where they need to perform every month to make a living.
Same as always Wally would love to hear your thoughts about yet another fun topic!