Do you think watching television is a complete waste of your time?
I do think watching TV is a waste of time for the most part, often times that is the point though. I don't watch much television, and when I do it is usually something informative. I suppose if you learn something it wasn't a complete waste of time.
I don't think so, unless all I'm watching is reality tv. I love channels like Discovery, NatGeo and the Biography channel. I get to entertain myself and learn a thing or two at the same time. (We won't talk about my deep love of SpongeBob.)
Georgie Lowery Thanks for your comment. I also watch all those channels and who doesn't like sponge Bob. lol!
I have never been much of a TV person. I really think that there are a lot of silly shows today, especially those reality series. But that's just me. I watch sports, Discovery, NatGeo, and those stuff.
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