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            Television, the most popular used technology of modern life, has been considered as a good friend in many homes. Stay in front of the screen. Switch hour to hour for relaxation. Watch the motion pictures with unthinking mind. And have pleasure from that “good friend”. A large number of people thought it is a wonderful life to be in front of endless shows of TV. However, if a person once takes a look at what has brought to his life, he’ll realize that he is influenced by harmful states of mind and aggressive or violent behaviors due to watching television and its show.
             Many homes think that television is just one of their activities everyday. Therefore, time spent to watch the fun and pleasure from it helps them to get through the day. But the more hours are taken before the motion pictures, the lower the physical states of mind become.
             Hardly any ones can recognize that TV will soon bring addiction and take viewers out of life in order to enter into the world of unrealistic state. The more time spent in front of the screen, the more addicted they turn into. It is not so hard to find any crazy TV fan around us. He just sits on one place, keeping eyes to the monitor, and switching the channels from hour to hour without any care about the world around. Never will he let anybody stop even a second from watching his small screen, in order to talk about something that he used to care most. Talking with him during his favorite show may always receive “wait a sec" words, which will be repeated again and again, but TV can hardly be cut out of his mind for any reason. Hardebeck believes that television is drugs and raises the conclusion that:.
             Television provides an escape from reality not unlike that of drugs or alcohol. A person can slip away into the fantasy world offered by television programs and effectively impede the pressures and anxieties of their own lives. This is similar to 'going on a trip' induced by drugs or alcohol (The Kill Your Television - Hardebeck, Daniel J.

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