Television is a great time waster.
People who don't watch television are happier than those who watch it.
Television goes with the kind of life that leaves the viewer nothing to spare,
Television makes the viewer completely passive because everything is
presented to them without any effort on their part.
The very danger of watching television lies in the fact that the viewer
takes no initiative.
They make no choice and exercise no judgment.
Television passes on to children the corrupting values of a corrupt society.
Television is to blame for the fact that children take longer to learn to
read today and barely see the point at all of getting that skill.
Television takes up too much of our time.
We no longer have enough time for hobbies, entertaining activities.
Other outside amusements like theaters, movies, sports, etc get ignored.
Unfortunately all of our free time is now regulated by television.
People rush home, gulp their food, which is often as simple as a sandwich
and a beer, and then start watching the television.
The monster, i.e. television, demands absolute silence and attention.
No one dares open his or her mouth during a television program
People have grown addicted to television, often neglecting the necessary
and more important things like meals, sleep, and even work.
Many parents use television as a pacifier for their children. They put
their children in front of the TV set.
They don't care whether it exposes children to rubbish, and stupid commercials.
They see spectacles of violence or sex as long as the children are quiet.
Many of the television programs are bad.
They do not keep pace with the high demand of viewers and do not maintain high
The wide coverage of television programs has reduced society to the
conditions in illiterate communities.
We are utterly dependent on the most
primitive media of communication, pictures and spoken words.
What the viewer receives from television is nothing but secondhand
TV completely cuts the viewer off from the real world.
The more the viewer watches television, the lazier they become. The TV
glues them to the set instead of allowing them to go out.
Television prevents people from communicating with each other.
It has done
much harm to the relationship between family members.
People no longer see the need to read books when they can just watch it on
Families sit and watch television at dinner instead of talking with each