Tonight, in primetime,
from 8 to 10pm:
Then, at 10pm, this:
Shows about male prostitutes
are served up for the masses, of course.
They’re not really intended
for our Society’s leaders,
who prefer a far more refined diet.
Last week at the National Building Museum,
they gathered to celebrate the Society’s 125th anniversary
beneath tasteful images of wildlife.
On the dinner menu: chilled lobster-tail medallions,
roast bison filet, Pavlova, and champagne:
Mind experiment: Why isn’t there
a wall-sized mural at this dinner
of Tommy the Male Prostitute?
You know, something to pay homage
to the types of TV programs that are paying for…
well, for all that lobster tail:
Meanwhile, back on the Channel,
the masses keep getting served stuff like this:
Our Society — and our society — can do
so much better than this.
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“to inspire people to care about the planet.”