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Too Much TV Can Be as Dangerous as Some Viruses

A Neilson report found that the average American watches more than 34 hours of television each week.

Besides wasting time, having little meaningful social interaction and missing out on your life, studies also reveal:

🔹The vast majority of news, drama, comedy and reality TV is negative, manipulative, or serves the purpose of social engineering (think propaganda and untruths).

🔹Most television programming actually poisons your belief systems. News is generally about crime, suffering, disaster, death or manipulation. Comedy teaches you to laugh and jeer at social akwardness, being over weight, stupidity or something racial.

🔹Television distorts reality to create unrealistic expectations.

🔹TV disillusions people, especially if they are weak enough to compare it with their own life.

🔹There are two reasons why television programs exist: 1) To sell products/services/ideas to make money, 2) pursuade ideas and thought.

🔹It degrades self control and personal discipline.

🔹The electrical activity in your muscles stops when you are sitting.

🔹You can get computer vision syndrome — harmful conditions that result from looking at a television, computer or smartphone screen.

A major health study was comprised of almost 340,000 men and over 226,000 women living in six states and two metropolitan areas in the United States.

It was headed by Dr. Loretta DiPietro, chair of the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health in Washington, D.C. (the findings were published in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences).

For years, Dr. DiPietro and team kept track of the sedentary behavior and exercising habits of 134,269 of these participants, recording how much TV they watched.

🔹 30 percent of the participants who were healthy at the beginning of the study developed a walking disability, described as being either “unable to walk” or walking at an “easy usual pace,” defined as less than 2 miles per hour (mph).

🔹The researchers found that “greater TV time was significantly related to increased disability within all levels of physical activity.”

🔹More specifically, participants who watched TV for 5 or more hours every day were 65 percent more likely to have a walking disability 10 years down the line, compared with their counterparts who watched TV for less than 2 hours every day.

🔹Participants, who over a 6-year period watched TV more than 3.5 hours per day, experienced a more significant decrease in verbal memory. This decrease ranged from 8-10%.

TV News is Especially Harmful

Towards the end of 2020, a monumental poll like no other in history revealed Americans’ trust in media is gone!

What 20,000 citizens revealed to the Knight Foundation and Gallup was earth shattering to the news industry. The political events surrounding the handoff of power in federal government and pandemic reports are the primary reasons the bottom hasn’t dropped out for them.

If you turn them off, they have no power.

In 2022, the figures are devastating to the news industry. Their partisanship in news reporting is obvious to a record breaking 89% of Americans who believe they are dishing out constant servings of a very biased and corrupt political agenda. In 2007, that figure was high at 62%.

While universal trust in the media has been gradually eroding over the decades, a sheer drop in faith and questions about what motivates the mainstream media can be traced to the last years of the Obama presidency. Obamacare promises, Deep State growth, Benghazi lies, billions of cash dollars secretly shipped out to foreign enemies and nonsense like 33,000 missing Hillary Clinton emails was their iceberg.

After 5 years of media destruction against popular President Donald J. Trump, the public had enough. The solution was simple: TURN THEM OFF.

You get one life to live and it’s up to you to make the most of it. Every hour of the day is an investment that pays off right now and in your future. Invest wisely and your life will actually be filled with truly beautiful people doing amazing things and having great adventures.

Note: We watch less than one hour of television within every three months since 2020. Our amount of exercise has increased over six times since prior to turning off the TV. We find far more reliable news from other non-mainstream sources. We defy social engineering, propaganda and government manipulation to live a far more free life.

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  1. another good one. right on my brothers and sisters. the only stuff i watch is educational, history, the word” but be aware of false teachers on the tube, lots of them are motivational speakers looking to take your money for their own gain”, geology, geography, the universe ” be aware that lots of what is taught of ABBAS creation is speculation”, nature and all of ABBAS creations. my goodness HE is a magnificent cook, second to none.  GODSPEED ye all

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  2. In the Mill, on Turns, we slept at night, when we weren’t needed. To work on maintenance projects and be called away from the job to do something important, would leave the project in a bad way, 11-7 were just for Coverage for Operational Issues. One man needed the TV on to sleep, and I needed it off to sleep. He had more seniority and won. But one night, having had too much of it, I unplugged it while he was sleeping, took it to the balcony at the top of the stairs, fully intending to throw it down onto the pavement below. I noticed the Trash Barrel on the balcony, formerly a container for Sweeping Compound designed to inhibit dust while sweeping. I threw it in the barrel. The employee, who was sleeping, was now awake without the TV, and asked where it was at. I told him I threw it away. Inches from my face, he was screaming for me to go get it, and I just walked away. Had I thrown it from the balcony, I intended to buy the shop a new TV. He went and retrieved it from the barrel.

    Another time I awoke to the boss carrying the TV past me to his office. Same guy with me, wanted to know where the TV was, I explained the boss had it. He went in, to confront the boss, and the boss said “Take it”. He didn’t mind the TV, but with him in the shop office (he was an engineer, not a technician), the TV would be an issue had another boss walked in. He just took it to prevent criticism to him. Of course, it was near the end of the shift, and the TV was put away during the day anyhow. My oh my, I wish we had a LCD Flat Screen TV then, this one was heavy.

    Though I watch much on YouTube and the Internet, there is nothing I watch on TV, not a single Commercial Show.

    The Video, below, says it all. It’s well worth seeing. It has a few vulgarities in it, be forewarned, but nothing serious. It’s literally from the movie “Network” with the video redone for the message it’s trying to convey. VIDEO ESSAY: TV Takeover

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