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Some people consciously decide to not own a television set. Do you think they are wise, or are they missing out? Why do you think so?
I think people who decide not to own a television are wise. I think this because there are more constructive things to do than watch television. No TV would mean reading books as well as interacting with siblings and/or husband and wife.
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User: Some people consciously decide to not own a television set. Do you think they are wise, or are they missing out? Why do you think so?

Weegy: I think people who decide not to own a television are wise. I think this because there are more constructive things to do than watch television. No TV would mean reading books as well as interacting with siblings and/or husband and wife.
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User: Some people consciously decide to not own a television set. Do you think they are missing out on what is going on around them

Weegy: I think people who decide not to own a television are wise. I think this because there are more constructive things to do than watch television. No TV would mean reading books as well as interacting with siblings and/or husband and wife.
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User: when you do not have a tv in your home are you capible of knowing what is going on in the world around you

Weegy: Yes, you would be capable if you have a radio, cellphone, access to newspapers or internet connection.
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