The question I'm about to present is a timeless one, and one I've been struggling with recently: Why aren't good things more popular than bad things?
For example: Twilight vs Supernatural.
Supernatural is a TV show in its 6th season, focusing mainly on monster/demon killing/hunting. It's well written, funny, riveting, and I personally think it has an original take on religion (if they borrowed their storyline from somewhere, please tell). The show is comic book-esque in that the main characters--brothers Sam and Dean Winchester--arrive in their tricked out muscle car with a backseat full of shotguns into a ghost/demon/mythical beast ridden town and clean the place out (after a little detective work).
Maybe not the "smartest" show (though compared with the drivel on TV it probably is) but definitely the best show about the supernatural ever made, in my opinion.
And Twilight is bad, as it's been established over and over and over again by anyone willing to see its pointless Mormon moralizing about virginity and female codependence.
But the latter is more popular than the former?! What the hell?
And Stronghold, the best castle sim ever made with this ridiculously intricate editor is less popular than Age of Empires? Come ooon! I can safely say that Starcraft has the healthiest community of any game I like, save Team Fortress 2.
Anyways, tell me your thoughts on this phenomenon--and ffs go to Stronghold Heaven and download some maps, because the people that made them deserve more than 50 downloads for the weeks worth of effort they put into designing - crafting - playtesting these things.