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Old 05-09-2013, 01:17 PM   #1
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Default Has TV watching become too complicated?

These days there all types of gizmos and gadgets that people can connect to their TVs,just to find something to watch.Some even connect their computers and so on to their television sets,and I'm just scratching the surface here.Sure these things may give you more choices, but it's all so complex.I mean, TV watching should be simple,like it used to be. An aside:I'm NOT referring to things like DVDs or VCRs.--What do You think?

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I have definitely felt this way!
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On the other hand, the more ways to watch it the better. Gives you more access to stuff you might not have been able to see other wise.
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I mean, TV watching should be simple,like it used to be--where you turned on the TV and watched a program.

You can still do that...
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You can still do that...
I slightly changed how I worded the question.
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