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Unless watching anime is considered watching TV.
In that case, all of the time.
I hardly watch TV anymore (maybe discovery/natgeo). I do have a TV in my bedroom, but i only use it to watch anime, movies, shows (Arrow anyone?) comedy shows (love Gabriel Iglesias). When i do put on the TV, 99% of the time it's some lame gameshow of a singing competition..
I don't watch it, I used to when I was a kid although I think most kids would - like to watch cartoons
as far as TV channels goes, I only like the discovery channel
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Four score and seven years ago, I bought a plasma TV for the kitchen; never bothered to watch it, though. I left that house along with the TV and some bad memories. Now I have no TV and am fine with it, but when, on occasion, I get a glance at someone else's TV, I hate everything I see on it and can't help but rant.
It's because I know what TV was like in the past and am noticing how shitty it's become today.
I usually watch documentaries, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, the History Channel and the Travel Channel mostly
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I did most of my anime watching on netflix, though I havent even done that in months. Not too many anime left on netflix geared towards the more adult crowd that I find interesting, and well lifes been busy lately so I dont think I have watched an episode of anything in 2013 yet. Maybe a movie once every couple three weeks.
Last edited by T-Stew; 02-24-2013 at 10:23 AM.
Not a lot of good stuff on tv anymore. Most of what i watch now is random stuff on Smithsonian channel, Discovery, Comedy Central, Spike TV, History channel, Cartoon Network(mostly stuff on Adult Swim), Boomerang, and Teen Nick late at night. Other than that, i started to watch the show Top Gear, wrestling and the Speed Network more often. Recently i got myself one of those smart HDTV's, and i've been using my brother's Hulu plus and Netflix accounts to watch stuff. Only if they let you pay for the channels you want to watch, which would be great. But too bad it's only an idea that will never be.
Last edited by Token Black Guy; 02-24-2013 at 09:41 PM.
Man that is whack!
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Netflix spoiled me. I can't stand commercials anymore. Even the 15 second YouTube commercials get under my skin.
I don't watch it that much... only to get on and watch NCIS with my boyfriend and when the recordings pile up... or when Harry Potter is on.
I watch an unhealthy amount of TV haha. I always have it on in the background for when I'm doing something else. I mostly just record things that I want to watch, so I never really watch regular TV with the commercials. Other than that I just go on Netflix. I mostly just watch cartoons, fantasy, sci fi, comedy, and rarely a reality show. I mostly just rewatch a bunch of my favorites on Netflix though.
I've never been much of a TV person, unless it was Adult Swim.
Lately, though, I've been at home with a broken ankle so I've been watching TV like it's going out of style. It's usually History, Discovery, or Comedy Central. Then, at 10PM, I switch to Adult Swim and that's how I spend the rest of my night, especially when Toonami is on.
I don't watch TV.
When TruTV airs those most shocking videos shows i can watch like 10 mins of that until i get bored of watching footage from 15 years ago. some of the stuff theyll show really is crazy tho
Ditched it in a ditch. Not worth the money. Just pay thirty dollars for Netflix and Internet. For the shows you want to watch and aren't on Netflix you can just buy the season DVDs/Bluerays and still come out with a ton of money to spare. Cable needs to die in a fire.
you know the world really would be up the creek without a paddle if for some reason all of these new devices that can connect via Wi-Fi were just suddenly destroyed, broken, gone forever. no one would know what to do (myself included). I watch some TV, mainly History, Comedy Central, Adult Swim (when they bring Toonamie on, so freakin glad they had the brains to bring it back) and that's about it. other times im either playing a video game, working on my computer, or watching a movie with my wife.
And I didnt say you had to watch sports or any of it at all. What are sports fans going to deal with exactly? Might i suggest you are the one who is going to have to "deal" because cable companies arent going anywhere any time soon.
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