Has Maury Changed How People Speak?

Has Maury Changed How People Speak?

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Derper

Huntington, WV

#1 Jul 24, 2013
I can't watch a whole episode of shows like Maury, Springer, etc., because I literally cannot decipher what guests are saying.

1. People are sitting two feet away from each other and they are literally yelling every word.

2. Everyone is yelling at each other all at once.

3. No one is really saying anything. It's mostly just "What? What?" and "Nuh-uh".

I see a lot of people on the streets around here doing the exact same thing. Sometimes, I think I might care or have compassion about whatever they are so upset about, but I get tired of trying to decipher, and tired of being yelled at. And they aren't even mad, I don't think. It's just the way they are.

Bill Maher doesn't even enforce "one speaker at a time" and he used to. I miss shows like Dick Cavett. Even Phil Donahue was more interesting than this stuff.

Why do people speak like this now?
Spirit of 76

Huntington, WV

#2 Jul 24, 2013
Derper wrote:
I can't watch a whole episode of shows like Maury, Springer, etc., because I literally cannot decipher what guests are saying.
1. People are sitting two feet away from each other and they are literally yelling every word.
2. Everyone is yelling at each other all at once.
3. No one is really saying anything. It's mostly just "What? What?" and "Nuh-uh".
I see a lot of people on the streets around here doing the exact same thing. Sometimes, I think I might care or have compassion about whatever they are so upset about, but I get tired of trying to decipher, and tired of being yelled at. And they aren't even mad, I don't think. It's just the way they are.
Bill Maher doesn't even enforce "one speaker at a time" and he used to. I miss shows like Dick Cavett. Even Phil Donahue was more interesting than this stuff.
Why do people speak like this now?
People have no respect for themselves or other to take the time to speak properly. Too laxed of a society.
Times are a Changing

Milpitas, CA

#3 Jul 24, 2013
Television is ridiculous, Sadly, we see these human beings spiral out of control before our eyes. Careful it does not give you brain rot.

Times are a changing., Reality depicts a planet of rampant mental illness.

I dare say, History may reflect that. Unless of course, the world implodes before such a history can be written.
Anon

Huntington, WV

#4 Jul 24, 2013
Derper wrote:
I can't watch a whole episode of shows like Maury, Springer, etc., because I literally cannot decipher what guests are saying.

1. People are sitting two feet away from each other and they are literally yelling every word.

2. Everyone is yelling at each other all at once.

3. No one is really saying anything. It's mostly just "What? What?" and "Nuh-uh".

I see a lot of people on the streets around here doing the exact same thing. Sometimes, I think I might care or have compassion about whatever they are so upset about, but I get tired of trying to decipher, and tired of being yelled at. And they aren't even mad, I don't think. It's just the way they are.

Bill Maher doesn't even enforce "one speaker at a time" and he used to. I miss shows like Dick Cavett. Even Phil Donahue was more interesting than this stuff.

Why do people speak like this now?
I'm not really sure what kind of answer you're looking for, but studies have shown that children who don't receive enough attention from their parents speak loudly. I think this is true for adults in this area as well, specifically for undereducated ones (and much like the "adults" on those shows). They feel like they have to talk loud or raise their voice more than others to be heard, because that's the only way they will be heard since they feel inferior to those around them. It's one thing to have a naturally loud voice, but these people do it to get attention whether they realize it or not. I've worked with underprivileged children & teens many times through my job and this is a common problem. This issue raises a whole other issue of a lack of parenting I see these days, but I won't even go there.
Times are a Changing

Milpitas, CA

#5 Jul 24, 2013
Anon wrote:
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I'm not really sure what kind of answer you're looking for, but studies have shown that children who don't receive enough attention from their parents speak loudly. I think this is true for adults in this area as well, specifically for undereducated ones (and much like the "adults" on those shows). They feel like they have to talk loud or raise their voice more than others to be heard, because that's the only way they will be heard since they feel inferior to those around them. It's one thing to have a naturally loud voice, but these people do it to get attention whether they realize it or not. I've worked with underprivileged children & teens many times through my job and this is a common problem. This issue raises a whole other issue of a lack of parenting I see these days, but I won't even go there.
Anon,

Somebody should go there. Worked in Juvenile Justice for ten years. Many failures on the parent's part. I have also watched facilities neglect the needs of the children within their care all while receiving a payout from the government.

Not saying this is you, I like you. I have followed your posts. Typically these facilities operate on federal funds.

You find the best trained people in the facilities that- receive their payouts from Private Insurance. They are the best trained staff, Well trained, Educated- Their success rates are higher, less recidivism.

You get what you pay for so to speak. This is the case with any facility or service provided jobs (government ran programs) an ex. of this would be any support staff employment, linked to federal funding.
harry christmas

Alexandria, VA

#6 Jul 24, 2013
Umm. This makes no fawking sense
Spike Lee

Charleston, WV

#7 Jul 25, 2013
It is part of the dumbing down of our country. The glorification of the ghetto culture by Hollywood and the music industry. Reality shows that promote narcissism and and bad behavior. The total failure of the educational system, where the teacher caters to the lowest common denominator. The fault of parents to put any expectations of any civility and decent behavior. Welcome to the new Amerika.
news

United States

#8 Jul 25, 2013
You see this all day on cable news. I can't watch that crap.
Derper

Huntington, WV

#9 Jul 25, 2013
news wrote:
You see this all day on cable news. I can't watch that crap.
You're sure right about that. I forgot to mention cable news. My spouse gets so mad when trying to watch a discussion panel. You're right, THEY all yell at once, too, now. Ugh.

Another complaint...is it just me or are they filling up SO much time, every single day, with "feel good" fluff and cute baby viral videos, etc?

I'm glad that a dog adopted a baby skunk, hooray for the toddler that can make a basket every time, and whoop-de-doo for the cat that fell in the aquarium, but SERIOUSLY??

I want to see some good investigative journalism, and in depth stories. I get almost all news from the net, where I can just read it, instead of being flooded with nothingness.
Refsredgah

Chesapeake, VA

#10 Jul 25, 2013
Derper wrote:
I can't watch a whole episode of shows like Maury, Springer, etc., because I literally cannot decipher what guests are saying.
1. People are sitting two feet away from each other and they are literally yelling every word.
2. Everyone is yelling at each other all at once.
3. No one is really saying anything. It's mostly just "What? What?" and "Nuh-uh".
I see a lot of people on the streets around here doing the exact same thing. Sometimes, I think I might care or have compassion about whatever they are so upset about, but I get tired of trying to decipher, and tired of being yelled at. And they aren't even mad, I don't think. It's just the way they are.
Bill Maher doesn't even enforce "one speaker at a time" and he used to. I miss shows like Dick Cavett. Even Phil Donahue was more interesting than this stuff.
Why do people speak like this now?
It's comparebable to having a conversation with a hill billy.
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13 1/2

Kenova, WV

#12 Jul 25, 2013
evastetruck wrote:
i thought it was just me after working all night get home sitting in my chair trying to spend time with wife sudenly wake up to screaming and yelling ask the wife wtf is wrong,she watch maury,orsteve wilkos
And this comes from a man that was just on another post looking to get blown while at the days inn? And you are asking your wife what is wrong? Hmm, keep your 6inch dixk in your pants and she may stop yelling!
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Level 2

Since: Jun 11

Earth

#14 Jul 28, 2013
YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER!!!

Awes Hella yea Murry! I ain't da father! I told you birch!

Birch runs back stage falls on couch.

Male run backstage. See I told you birch. You bring me on Murry and even he say I not da Father. I take care of my other 6 kids but ain't nobody got time for yo kid.... Shi..

He lyin Murry he is the father.
Derper

Huntington, WV

#15 Jul 28, 2013
Mr_Awesome wrote:
YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER!!!
Awes Hella yea Murry! I ain't da father! I told you birch!
Birch runs back stage falls on couch.
Male run backstage. See I told you birch. You bring me on Murry and even he say I not da Father. I take care of my other 6 kids but ain't nobody got time for yo kid.... Shi..
He lyin Murry he is the father.
I get a kick out of how they cuss and call the woman and child every filthy name in the book, just awful, horrible things, and then when it turns out they ARE the father...

Murray: "So, Tyquanarius, what are you gonna do now?"

Tyquanarius: "Ima be a man an do what need to be did, Murry. Ima be a big part of the lives of Cristinequa and little Courvasieeay."

Just once, I'd like to see Cristiniequa say, "Wow, I've really won a prize. He sho wuz worth fightin' fo. Gonna have this a-hole in my life 4evah."

:) Yay for Cristinequa!! Winning!!
Laura

United States

#16 Monday Apr 18
Derper wrote:
I can't watch a whole episode of shows like Maury, Springer, etc., because I literally cannot decipher what guests are saying.
1. People are sitting two feet away from each other and they are literally yelling every word.
2. Everyone is yelling at each other all at once.
3. No one is really saying anything. It's mostly just "What? What?" and "Nuh-uh".
I see a lot of people on the streets around here doing the exact same thing. Sometimes, I think I might care or have compassion about whatever they are so upset about, but I get tired of trying to decipher, and tired of being yelled at. And they aren't even mad, I don't think. It's just the way they are.
Bill Maher doesn't even enforce "one speaker at a time" and he used to. I miss shows like Dick Cavett. Even Phil Donahue was more interesting than this stuff.
Why do people speak like this now?
I think the show producers actually instruct these people toyell so that everyone's adrenalin will be pumped...it's every show...every person

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