Corey Taylor Worried About What Aliens Think Of Humanity's Stupidity (A Top Story)
But he insists he's no "ancient astronaut theorist" and uses his point to argue that people should stop accepting low-quality entertainment. In an excerpt from his book You're Making Me Hate You published by The Guardian, Taylor says: "Sh*t sells. You all love your sh*t. From your derivative music to your shiny hollow movies, from those videos displaying your idiocy on the internet to your addiction to fake reality on TV, that saying is a f***ing fact. Sh*t sells and it sells really well."
He continues: "Yes, I worry about what the aliens will think of us. I don't think we've been visited by a more advanced species. I don't think they're plotting to come invade. I think if they're watching, they're doing the same thing I am: wondering why the f*** you people are mesmerised by all of this half-assed entertainment.
"They've come to the conclusion that we're all apes in designer clothes. They are amazed that we can feed and shelter ourselves with all the stupidity we involve ourselves with. Worse yet, they believe our stupidity is contagious. They think that if they come here to make contact, they might catch our 'dummy' virus." Read more - here.
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