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Rishil Patel Graf T English 101-70 12/10/07 Negative Impact of Television I hear the window slam abruptly and a knock from something hitting the ground. It was about 5:30, so my brother just got home. I brought his backpack into the living room as I see him fixated on the television. I tell him to put it away and he says ok, whatever. He gets to his room and not two seconds later does his TV click on in his room. I ask him if he wants to play soccer, “No that’s alright.” He always loved to play football, what about some basketball I ask him, “No, maybe some other time,” he says as his eyes are glued to the box. Is television so addictive that it makes everything else look unattractive? It is very well, as someone has said a television the “plug-in drug.” Although not as lethal as drugs and alcohol, television can have many effects too, and not necessarily good ones. According to me, television has made reality seem second best, children more violent, and has made reality a world of advertisement. First, television has made reality seem second best. The real world is filled with many
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2009 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Taft during the Spring '07 term at N.E. Illinois.

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