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  • Bichire
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    Is TV becoming obsolete?

    November 21 is World Television Day. In the age of the internet, is the television still relevant?  
    8 months agoin Arts & Entertainment-Beijing
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  • Sarominer
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    Olof Palme had many enemies and therefore it is difficult to point out any particular person or group behind the murder, and many people in the police and other institutions want to not solve it as it would reveal corruption throughout the political power game.
    8 months ago
  • Kayee
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    n Sweden, where I live, most people still watch a lot on television, but computers and mobile phones take over more of the flow of information.

    A television is just one-sided propaganda and now we require to get what we want for information and when.

    I have not watched television for several years now except clips on video channels.
    8 months ago
  • Jeromer
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    Telescreens

    Telescreens have been the primary brainwashing tool for several decades. The mobile phone is probably in the process of supplanting it in this function. The sheeple are unaware of the radiation hazards of mobile phones.
    Incidentally who decides a particular day is Father's Day, Mother's Day, Grand Aunt's Day or Television Day ?

    8 months ago

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