posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 05:44 PM
Your family is addicted to the teevee. It's not your fault, it's DESIGNED to be addictive; the refresh rate, the way everything quickly changes the
picture, they've got it down to an exact neurological science that prevents your eyeballs from looking away. It's quite literally hypnotic and
exquisitely diabolical. It's time to cut them off; you can either go cold turkey (expect lots of whining, take them out to the park or to the
library for books, remember them? when it gets bad) or you can start out slow by hiding the remote. Chances are they're not aware there are buttons
on the damn fool thing that control it, but in any event, it will slow things down considerably if they have to get up and change channels like in the
You don't need that thing on invading everyone's brain while they're eating breakfast, or getting dressed. It really just adds to the stress and
who wants Gretchen Carlson's short skirt and brain-dead countenance staring at them at that hour of the morning? Or any of the rest of them, they're
all corporate political whores who are reading a script that was written for them by godknowswho, but not anyone that had a clue about reality.
If you've got kids of any age, tell them one hour of teevee a day and that's it. Pick an hour, your favorite show, and that's it. Prepare for
more whining but it will be a fun bit of finding out exactly how addicted everyone is. If there's complaints that 'but I have to know the
neeeewwwwwssss', tell them what I told my teevee addict mother - 'if anything really big happens, I'll know by the bright white light in the sky
followed by the large noise, radiation, and end of civilization'. Everything else can wait, thank you. Get real news from on line, carefully
vetted, preferably from overseas. RT, out of Russia for crying out loud, seems to have some of the best news now, as does Lip TV and WeAreChange.
Make a game out of it, watch the news coming out of Belgium one week, France the next, and Korea the next. You'll at least learn geography and you
may find that the kids pick up some darn good stuff about the reality of other countries compared to here.
If the problem is older people, maybe just cancel the damn cable and find other uses for the money. Cheer up, the first week or two are the hardest!
PS: If what I just recommended freaked you completely out, you're addicted too. It's worse than crack coc aine and it's eating your brain
just the same.