Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by (Q), Feb 19, 2006.
And keep it off.
Could you do it?
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I use my TV for watching the weather network or hockey games.
If I want video entertainment, it is easy to download.
That would categorize you as needing TV?
Could you not get weather reports from the internet and go out to hockey games instead?
I could, but the internet doesn't play nifty jazz music with their reports, and the weather ladies are pretty hot.
Also, I don't have the kind of money to go to hockey games all the time, and prefer watching them in the privacy of my home anyways.
Then, your choice should have been, "Not a chance, I need TV."
if i do icant contact here...is that what yo WAAAANT?...dont answer
could u turn offa your computer?
I really only watch TV a couple hours a week.. that includes the stuff I view on computer.
I certainly don't "need" TV.
I pay over $125 per month for my TV, Internet, DVR service. I pay $16 per month for blockbuster rentals program and $10 per month for Rhapsody. Have music systems throughout my home and 3 tvs along with the VCR, DVD. AAAHHHHH!!!!! Can't even imagine living without my entertainment packages. Not even one!
Honesty is the best policy. I voted No.
I don't watch TV, download everything I need to watch onto my PC.
Shove that technicality up yer pipe and smoke it.
I don't watch television.
I don't even download lame ass TV shows and then watch them.
No TV for me, period.
The poll does not state how much TV one must watch each week only that you watch, therefore you qualify as needing your TV.
I barely ever watch tv, and even then only for a few minutes when I pass the room where other people are watching tv.
Start another thread on that one.
Why would use a TV for your internet connection if you only used it for that?
it all depends on what you mean
i use my tv to watch purchased video (vhs, dvd) and thats it
i dont really watch much TV anyway.
about 1-2 hours per week. maybe a little more sometimes,
Perhaps you are exempt and don't need TV and are merely precluding the need to go to a theater.
Perhaps the first option should not include burning the TV?
But you still watch it 1-2 hours per week, maybe more.
That would still qualify you since most people who never watch TV ignore it wherever it might be on.
No, since 1998 or so.
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