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I don't know! Lol, and i would go crazy! But everyone would most likely adapt, but i think all i'd do is read and sleep. it would be pretty good for little kids so they go out and play, but then again not good for me, i'm already sick of the little kids playing outside enough lol.
 

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Thats the thing. I was a child and teenager, the internet came out when I finished high school. I used to watch TV I guess. I am trying to remember what I did, how did I survive?
 

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I would definitely have a hard time if internet and tv suddenly became unavailable. It's the fact that I would be asked to give up and do without something that I have been very accustomed to having and pretty much take for granted. The only thing that would save me would be the fact that no one else would have tv/internet either. Kind of like the misery loves company scenario.
I'd like to think that it would free me up for some of the things I would like to do, but don't have the discipline since I'm glued to the tv/internet so much. I would love to take up reading and volunteering to some worthwhile cause. And I'd like to think that I would take up something that would get me up and moving about. Actually, if we suddenly lost tv/internet it would probably be a good thing for me.
 

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I've gone without all media for 6 weeks at a time.

I just came off 4 days with no media.

I do it from time to time and never find a lack of things to do.

Still, I do miss connecting with people and the information sharing these afford.
 

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Originally Posted by karenlovessnow View Post

I'd like to think that it would free me up for some of the things I would like to do, but don't have the discipline since I'm glued to the tv/internet so much. I would love to take up reading and volunteering to some worthwhile cause. And I'd like to think that I would take up something that would get me up and moving about. Actually, if we suddenly lost tv/internet it would probably be a good thing for me.
I hope the same for me. I would miss it though!!!
 

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I wouldn't miss TV, I don't watch it much anyway.

I'd read more, walk more, and play my sax more (my neighbours are now praying that the internet/tv never gets switched off
) learn to play guitar again...life wouldn't be too bad, but I would miss the 'instant knowledge' that the internet provides.
 
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