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  • I don't own a tv

    17 26.15%
  • I rarely watch tv

    37 56.92%
  • I watch tv almost every day

    9 13.85%
  • I'm a complete tv addict

    2 3.08%
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  1. #11
    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    Easily, TV sucks mostly, I would miss the rugby but that's about it.
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    I don't watch much tv. I like watching documentaries, but you have to go online or buy them from a store to get anything really good. I'm not into those documentaries on the history channel, mostly because the only subjects they touch on are: the end of the world, freemasons and ww2. that got old really quick.

    I like to listen to music when I go to sleep, usually something soft. classical or acoustic indie music usually gets me in the sleep mood. tv just makes me more insomniactic. <----thats not a real word. or is it?

    tv can lick my balls, also.
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    Unlike the internet, it is possible to survive without TV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I did for the last five years.
    Me too, I have no desire to ever have television again.

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    Yes. It's only good for video games, which I can also go without.

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    I watch TV now much more than I used to, because I am unemployed and broke. I still don't watch it everyday.

    However, when I lived alone and was working, I watched TV like twice a month, and I considered getting rid of my cable altogether. I only kept it because when I do watch TV, it's cable shows or a movie. I think when I'm on my own again I won't get TV. You can find most any show online if you really want to see it.
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    I don't usually watch TV, and if I do it ends up being the shows that are on hulu so now I'm generally TV free.

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    I'm pretty surprised by the responses. Wonder if people are afraid of admitting their obnoxious TV watching habits or if the internet is simply taking over, sort of like mobile phones invading the land line market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    I'm pretty surprised by the responses. Wonder if people are afraid of admitting their obnoxious TV watching habits or if the internet is simply taking over, sort of like mobile phones invading the land line market.
    It's just the sample being taken....we're MBTI internet forum addicts
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    I do watch TV. Sometimes I have it on just for background noise. But as long as I have music, books, and internet, I could easily live without TV. Without internet it'd be harder, but honestly, I'd probably get a lot more done.
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