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Could You Go Without TV For a Week?


Would you be able to go without watching TV for one week. Absolutely none, even on the Internet?

 
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Best Answer P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    That's exactly why I want to give it up for a week at least...I need to get some stuff done around here!


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Cristina (Stina Caxe) says

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Lol. You would make up for the 'not' watching in the next week then.

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Yes. This is the biggest answer I got on another online forum. Considering we all love our Internet, it makes sense that TV is not always the biggest concern for people online. I should ask the question on a popular TV show forum. :)

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    I agree. I never watch the news...it is very one-sided. It paints us a picture of the world that other people want us to see, while there are many good and positive things going on that never make the news. The news is meant to produce fear...

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Lol. I'm sure there are many who agree!

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Jim Miller (JimTxMiller) says

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    I would love to longer than a week. I feel so much more connected to my real life when I am not worried about the characters lives on TV.

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    So could you go without your laptop?

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Where have you been?

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Great answer, I think that's how most people who watch TV regulary would feel. I know I do! It's like taking away a comfortable habit suddenly.

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    That is exactly it. TV has become a part of our day in many ways - a distraction, an entertainer, an informer, and sometimes a time waster.


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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Good thing it's not! lol

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4 years ago
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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    Agreed.

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 4 years ago

    That's a really good point. When I'm camping, I could care less about TV. I would rather stare at a fire or go for a walk or - god forbid, visit with some friends and family. lol.