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Floss, Australia - wrote on 8/18/2004 4:17:26 AM
Comment:This site helped me with my debating speech giving me somje good points and rebuttal
Thanx luv floss :)
liz, usa - wrote on 8/7/2004 1:58:05 PM
Comment:It is about time. I have seen so many kids today get more unhealthy from sitting in front of the tv and playing games all day.What happened to going outside and playing.TV needs to be limited.It isnt all bad, but no one,especially kids, need to watch more than 2 -3 hours a day tops.There are better things in life to do.
Brian Cook, Hartsville, TN, U.S.A. - wrote on 8/7/2004 10:57:30 AM
Comment:TV is both good and bad depending on many factors. If you let it, it can become addictive for some.
yo yo ma, china - wrote on 6/14/2004 9:46:39 AM
Comment:this really helpd out wiht my project..i'm definitely watching less of tv now.. i dont want to waste 9 year of my life!
james, canada - wrote on 5/7/2004 2:39:29 PM
Comment:this is awsome, thank you for putting this up there.
Sameer, India - wrote on 4/25/2004 11:07:34 AM
Comment:This web page really helped me a lot in my project. Thanks.
Megan, San Diego - wrote on 3/29/2004 5:30:01 PM
Comment:Thanks! Helped my term paper turn out great. Well done! Keep them coming!!
jinaya, maine - wrote on 2/27/2004 11:52:56 AM
Comment:this web page would be more helpful and persuasive if documentation of where the statistics came from. whenever siting a statistic the reference should be provided to lend credibility to the stat.
Ali, Canada - wrote on 2/18/2004 8:04:45 PM
Comment:Helped me with my speech!!! Could've had more worldwide info and more on commercials. well written
Harry, Czech Rep. - wrote on 1/26/2004 7:45:11 AM
Comment:It is typical for TV-heads to see world from simplified view = it is either good or bad.
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