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The ratings on iTunes for my favourite song is number one.
By A.m on 03.20.2012
Ratings of things are stupid. You think what you want but you don’t have to degrade everyone with your opinion. You’d be pissed if you worked really hard on something then someone decided just to rate it a 1 on a scale of 1-100. I know I’d be pissed. Down with ratings! But then again people wouldn’t know if something was good or not, like movies.
By Allison Noble on 03.20.2012
rating can be off a movie wheather its ma or m it can also be if a judge is seeing your skill and rates you for it.
By pieter on 03.20.2012
are bullshit. who is to say how good or bad something is and put a number, letter, or anything about it?! we should all be our own judge. no more grumpy old buggers saying what’s right and wrong or beauty or poison. let’s tell ‘em to fuck off and see for ourselves what it’s about.
By Faith on 03.20.2012
The ratings for sports news shows on TV and radio have gone through the roof this week after what happened to Fabrice Muamba on Saturday night. Everyone holding their breath and praying for good news. Get well soon. Nothing else really matters. It feels as though it was a game changer moment.
By Laura N URL on 03.20.2012
It was going to happen again. Her love would die, ripped away in the prime of its life and she would never hear from it again.
The show’s ratings were at an all-time low. The critics bashed every episode with glee. The fan boards were filled only with rant after rant, and her heart broke with each one.
By Amanda on 03.20.2012
I grab the paper and rip it open, scanning the page with bright eyes. No, no, no, no, no, YES!
I scan the article, looking for names. Then I glow with pleasure. Being rated as one of the best actresses in town is a new, nice feeling.
By Jocelyn URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings measure the popular reaction to shock. They may or may not reflect the quality or relevance of the content. Just because we are all watching something does not mean we should or that it will add anything to our collective well being in the long run.
By wordmonger URL on 03.20.2012
Although the ratings for the show went down the writers continued to hope that the show would succeed in some way not to be canceled.
By Mags URL on 03.20.2012
many people rate things to their own opinion. i guess that’s why they’re called ratings. some ratings may be biased, depending who’s rating and who they are rating.mm….yah…
By Roooonnniie URL on 03.20.2012
It’s all just spinning out of control. Words taken out of context, lines crossed. I shut off the light because I don’t care–I never cared. I have bigger ratings to attend to. Other stresses call my name. I’m done with putting on a show and finding importance in frightening breakdowns. Television has muted all of my emotions. Who I hurt was never any of my business anyway.
By Marissa URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings in entertainment on music and movies are represented by thumbs, stars, tomatoes etc.
Money can buy you ratings.
The higher the rating, the more success you will receive.
Ratings can kill your career.
By Jillian on 03.20.2012
Something a low person would use to describe someone. he cant find real beautiful words so he uses numbers instead.
By Renee on 03.20.2012
I couldn’t believe the ratings! the show had hit the roof. the actors were brilliant. wait, actors, what am i saying? my friends! i remember that first night- opening night. the lights were so bright i thought they would burn right through that god awful maroon costume i had to wear. but i loved it all the same. i remember the smell of the hairspray in the dressing rooms and the look of girls dancing and swaying back and forth, excitement pounding in their hearts.
By Abby on 03.20.2012
The ratings they gave to the test that day will live with them forever. The teacher took offence and decided to off them one by one as the shadows fell.
By Tony Walters on 03.20.2012
Looking at the ratings, she sighed. They did not look good. When would they finely come out with movie that was not so violent.
By Smile your alive! on 03.20.2012
I heard that the movie was very good and the ratings showed it too, but when i went to the cinema hall and checked it out, it was something I did not expect.
By Nik.... URL on 03.20.2012
He studied the cards. Seven. Two. Nine. Not such a hot set of numbers, really. Not given the work he’d put into them. The middle judge – the Two judge – was glaring at him over her glasses.
By Jen Sullivan on 03.20.2012
The ratings had changed. We were now the only show with two million people watching at any time. Always two million. What are the odds? How did he know? Was this just a freak coincident? Or is he really who he says he is?
By Emma Park URL on 03.20.2012
all of these confusing, back and forth feelings, i wish they could be simplified into simple statistics. i wish real life had simple ratings so the right, best way for us was always clear and imagine how life would be better?
By Kyle Jackson URL on 03.20.2012
The rating of my life are slowly declining. Everything that can go wrong will, I am the epitome of that phrase, my life basically is one big test run of that theory. And currently that hypothesis is being proven as valid. FML
By Mellanie N. Covell URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings can make you or break you, praise you or rape you. Sometimes all it takes is one opinion to make you cry yourself to sleep.
By Olivia on 03.20.2012
Ratings are a thing of numbers. How are you to express yourself with just numbers? Isn’t life more complicated than just good or bad? So why should you take an artist’s hard work and just go “oh…4″ Could you imagine working 10 years on a novel and that’s what you recieve? I can’t even imagine. At least give them the decency to say why. Give them more than just a rating.
By Sally on 03.20.2012
I give you a two out of ten. You used to be a ten out of ten. That’s how it goes though right? You put someone on a pedestal and once you do that all they can do is disappoint you. Well, you’ve taught me not to believe in a ten out of ten.
By Lyndsay URL on 03.20.2012
critics piss me off. ratings piss me off. who can judge what you can and cannot do? who has the right to “rate” you? who can tell you your not good enough. my grammar is awful, I don’t care. your ratings are irrelevant.
By camilah on 03.20.2012
Who’s to judge another human being? Who decides the standards to which someone is compared?
I am not yours to rate and to flippantly hand out a generic score to. I am who I am, on my terms, and YOU WILL NOT DEFINE ME.
By Hallister URL on 03.20.2012
I wish my poetry would have high ratings. Ratings as in measurements. units of number in relativity to other number. Ratings, the etymology
Built of rate as in the verb to rate and ing and s.
By Andrew on 03.20.2012
What is a rating? Who decides the whole rating measurement? People give movies, books, food, and other people ratings. It is so weird because we actually listen to these ratings that are based on a way different scale then our own.
By Cristin on 03.20.2012
I hate ratings, they are always wrong. They say :”Oh this game is good” when really it sucks like crazy and the same is for when they say it sucks, it’s like the best game ever. Ratings are the worst thing ever. Period.
UGH. same with movies. terrible. I love low rated movies.
By Tiffany on 03.20.2012
Ratings can be used as a good things when it comes to rating things but it can also be a very bad thing because you don’t want someone to rate you because most people are afraid of bad ratings they only want to hear good thinks about themselves. So Meh they could be good or bad
By Nikkie on 03.20.2012
these are typically handled with things such as movies, tvs, musics. i also think of when TV first came out with ratings such as TV-G.. ratings rock
By Julie on 03.20.2012
No ratings when you’re facing death, just you and yourself.
By yanou on 03.20.2012
I don’t care about ratings. I am listening to my favorite song in all the world, and it is gorgeous. no rating could ever change my mind about this beauty of song. if I weren’t afraid of getting tattoos, I would tattoo this song on my arm. then my tattoo would be rated by others. everything in the world is “rated”.
By Maddy URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings? Television ratings? I think they’re stupid, I suppose. I don’t think the merit of a show should be judged by how many people have watched it. Jersey shore certainly is a piece of shit, while there goes arrested development and for some reason people still think it’s good…
By Rob on 03.20.2012
They need something to boost the ratings. Brendon has no idea how to boost ratings on a kid show. His first thought is to get naked but it’s sort of creepy for him to frolic around with kids while he’s shirtless. They wind up giving him a puppet and that’s okay, a little hokey, but it’s fine. What Brendon is really interested in is the man behind – or rather underneath – the puppet: Spencer Smith.
By Cassie URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings are subjective. They are for so called “experts” in the field who judge the merits of whatever it is being rated. I believe that most of the “experts” do not represent John Q. Public.
By beth7h on 03.20.2012
i think about movies and how negative ratings are all of the time. i also think of how people tend to rate each other on a scale of one to ten and it usually has nothing to do with personality.
By Keyerah Barnes on 03.20.2012
reminds me of the movies. i love going to escape from the world for a little while. no one can see you in the darkness of the theater. no one watching, no one judging, no one listening.
By caro on 03.20.2012
They didn’t matter to me. Not really, at least. They were meaningless numbers on a paper that tried to say more than it actually was. Five, ten years from now, I won’t even remember this little sheet of paper. But right now, at this very moment, I want the very best.
By Reggie URL on 03.20.2012
Ratings are overrated. We are rated on everything nowadays. Clothes, shoes, face, body, house, car, etc. It’s sad to think about how shallow and insignificant our world has become. It’s sad to think that things will only get worse from here.
By Heather on 03.20.2012