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Turn Off Your TV Week

April 23-29 is TV-Turnoff Week.

TV-Turnoff Network, formerly TV-Free America, is a nonprofit organization that encourages children and adults to watch much less television in order to promote healthier lives and communities. … TV-Turnoff Week is a grassroots project that works. More than 65 national organizations, including the American Medical Association, the National Education Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics, support or endorse TV-Turnoff Week.[Source]

Uh. These people do know Lost is on tonight don’t they?!

4 thoughts on “Turn Off Your TV Week

  1. If it wasn’t for “The Upside Down Show” I would never get to bathe.

  2. I must admit that I got bored with Lost and returned to my first love, sci-fi

  3. I would have missed the John McCain Presidential Announcement today. Surely, we can make exceptions for “Educational Programming” Right?

    I would not have made it through life this long without watching C-Span, especially during the B-1 Bob Dornan days.

  4. Bored with Lost?! Say it isn’t so!

    If we can call Lost “educational programming,” I agree!

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