Seth Meyers launches into a rant about which seasonal foods are too much for NBC censors
Seasonal foods are something that people who are not farmers just accept. We don’t know for sure why something is seasonal. For all we know, farmers could be lying to us. Do you want a navel orange? Well, you have to wait until Oliver Wendell Douglas says it’s OK! It’s bologna, but finally, someone opposes it! Seth Meyers devoted an entire segment to the insult that is Seasonal Foods. Of course, NBC’s farmer-backed censors took issue. Classic corporate concealment!
All Seth wanted was a nice fig. Is it too much to ask? Are you trying to tell me my cousin Seamus can grow weed in his mom’s closet, but Big Farmer can’t find a way to grow figs all year round? I’m sorry, I thought we lived in a time of technologically advanced innovation. It just seems weird to me that I can watch Netflix on my phone, but the farmers can’t collect a few fig wasps and start fertilizing.
It’s also sickening that people just accept censorship from companies like this. NBC takes one of their brightest stars, which they air after midnight, and they act like they don’t trust him at all! They find his common-sense ideas too “radical”. Well, if wanting figs anytime of the year makes you radical, then call me radical.
Seth is trying to open your third eye! Don’t let NBC stop it!
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