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Memory and television

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

So too much television rots the brain... well duh...

Look at the crap that's on television :)

However, my problem with television really lies in the fact that I can't remember when certain shows are on or what channel... So is my brain already rotted? Perhaps!!

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MOOGIEBEE 4/26/2009 11:32PM

    I like some of the stuff alot... like Law and Order.... which was the show that's on the television in one of your latest photos in your gallery.... :) I like some of the stuff... it's entertainment. There's a LOT more I don't watch... it really is crap....

By the way... your photos are incredible! Thank you for posting them. I'm in a bit of a stalled out positon myself. I started back tracking my food today. I will have to change up my work out routine... as my gym memebership expires in a couple of days. Can't afford to keep it. I was not going as often as I was last year anyway. New challenge... to work out at home.

Your're wonderful! You'll find a way to stay on track.............. You do look mahlevous as you are!!!!

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MEOWCATS 4/21/2009 6:34PM

    We don't currently have television--we have to have cable or satellite to get it, or no I choose not to spend money on it right now. And I do miss it. A lot. emoticon

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MSEMBERSTORM 2/20/2009 12:08AM

    Unfortunately my brain is probably rotted! Sad but true. There is too much CRAP on the tube.

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TRECECOOKS 2/18/2009 10:52AM

    On Sunday, when the TV listings are all together, I sit down with a highliter and mark up the week. Pitiful, I know, but it keeps me aware. . .

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