Solutions: Turn Off Your TV

09/08/201752 Comments

The military-industrial-corporate-financial-intelligence-entertainment complex spends zillions of dollars every year creating predictive programming for you to consume...and you can foil their plans by clicking one little button.

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  1. manbearpig says:

    There are three Black Mirror episodes that I have actually shown my students of various ages that have allowed me to broach topics that they’re obsessed with such as:

    -Glitzy talent reality shows (like The Voice) where the audience and jury vote on the best and the worst performers (15 Million Merits)

    -and their cell phones (Nosedive) (like the chinese social credit system)

    as well as topics that I’m obsessed with such as

    -Eugenics (Men Against Fire) and

    -Predictive Programming

    It’s been great fun and I like to think, illuminating.

    But point well taken, nice to hear the birds chirp and the kids play in the playground too, smell the pine trees and the earthy ploughed fields in autumn.

    If you ever did change your mind and address this exceptional TV series with FLNWO, I think the episode entitled “Men Against Fire” would be the most fundamentally relevant to your preoccupations. Talks about military technology and Eugenics and brain chips.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am not familiar with “Black Mirror”.

      • manbearpig says:


        It is certainly not out of disrespect for Mr Corbett that I am linking this 7 minute and 48 second video essay (not my own) on the Black Mirror episode Men Against Fire.

        I mostly agree that we all spend too much time in front of screens, much of it vacuous.

        But the world is not ready to turn off its televisions so it’s perhaps not entirely useless to find out what folks are watching in order to see what is being “communicated” and attempt to offer perspective, if possible, on those messages, images, “values”…

        So if you’re curious, it’s not Rawhide or Game of Thrones but let me know what you think, if you want.

        P.S. I “predicted” last year (no penetrating observational skills required) that this year’s season of GoT would be a pamphlet for global governance (à la UN) – Of governments putting down their petty imperialistic tendencies to fight “the Great War”, side by side against death. A plug for immortality, AI and transhumanism?

        • mkey says:

          I watched one season of Black Mirror on my friend’s recommendation. I had never really discussed the content with her after that.

          Anyway, I don’t think this show goes in the direction of normalization of depicted theme, but borders more on the side of analysis of “what if” scenarios. I draw this conclusion from the fact I find most of the content not as glorified (what many war movies do with this topic) but quite disgusting instead.

          This show reminded me of the old “The outer limits” show. Back then I used to watch a lot of TV.

          • manbearpig says:

            Yes. Thank you for your remarks. I quite agree. Curiously when the Americans bought the show and apparently steered the third season, the quality did not seem to go down.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I am too busy watching TV sitcoms, “Real Housewives” and Wrestling. I should get to the video this week.

          (Just joking. Been working a lot.)

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Just now watched it.
            Thanks! That was well worth watching.
            To me, it seems like this series has some profound depth.

            I think that “depth” can be found within many different TV shows and movies. Maybe not in the entire ball of wax on a show, but perhaps aspects contain depth.

            I toast the writers. …the writers (and artists) who bring depth to the screen.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          “Emerald City” was one series which had a lot of beauty to it. Someone knew how to capture the aesthetic value of places around the world. Also, the writers were very clever in how they portrayed the “Wizard of Oz” with a twist.

          “Images” for the show.

          Parts were filmed in
          Some gorgeous “real places” backdrops to the show.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Video showing some of the sites.

          • mkey says:

            According to Still, the yellow brick road was actually golden. Here it’s supposed to be poppy?

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              The plot line has complete twists to the original Wizard of Oz. It is a completely different rendition. I was amazed how the writers incorporated the characters. And the characters themselves have agendas or traits which are not part of the original story.

              This only ran one season and was cancelled by NBC. So the full scoop of the story has yet to be told. I could tell that there was a lot of storyline for future episodes. For a TV series, I was impressed with its beauty and clever rewrite.
              I guess the normal NBC audiences prefer shows like “America’s got Talent”, “Ninja Warrior”(a compete type show), Days of Our Lives, cookie cutter cop shows and silly sitcoms.

              Have you been to some of the locations in Croatia or Hungary?

          • Mina says:

            Oh, cool. Greets from Croatia!

            Btw, after some 20+ years, we’ve drawn back film producers to film on our locations. Was glad to see it going, but now we’ve attracted mindless TV series fans as tourists.

            Dubrovnik, as example, was my favorite vacation place. It’s so beautiful with very proud people and special spirit (of the locals and the town itself).
            It also has AMAZING history too it, not just the beauty. It was a city state, very rich based on trade and diplomacy. It had interesting laws and culture. Not just a cliche, believe me (or look it up yourself).

            Now its awfully crowded and it would make me mad to see it in such state, so I stay away. Only truly rich (talking about world ‘elites’ can get a 6 star villa balcony view for selfies). The rest are struggling to walk in packed old town.

            Most of the tourists are looking for where what was shot for TV and films and it’s, imho, disgrace. Whatever those are about, they cannot be as interesting as the spirit of that town. Didn’t know about Emerald City, but, if I recall correctly, GoT and Star Wars was shot there too in last few years.

            This year the new mayor even made a decision to cut down the limit of tourists allowed in town to lowest limit ever, by not allowing as many cruisers to dock. I was glad to hear that, because I’m seriously worried about hordes of people with no respect to real historic and art beauty is currently doing to it. Hopefully they will stick to it, as planned from next year.

            This is semi-off topic, or maybe not. I was glad and mad at same time to see Croatia on the list, for above mentioned reasons.

            Maybe it’s not completely off topic if I conclude with – those ‘movie sets’ are way more interesting then whatever script writers came up with. Turn off your TV!

            • mkey says:

              Za dom spremni! (joke)

              As much as I have grown to despise nationalism, I’m glad to see a person or two from my general neck of the woods. Understaning the world better than the other ants, or at least apearing to, can get a bit lonsome sometime.

              I agree with everything you said avout Dubrovnik, it’s become a commercial mecca for cheap tourists from all over. We can see a similar scenario on all of our coast, just not as extreme as in Dubrovnik.

              What’s so said about our very existence is that we can’t draw lines between simple issues such as infrastructure, industry, tourism and are unable to realize the need for a middle ground. Lets just run everything into the ground, instead.

              As if natural beauty or cultural heritage is something that should invoke a sense of pride.

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                Hola aloha Mina & mkey,

                I live now in Amsterdam and here the same happens as in Croatia with the invasion of tourist zombies. But the greedy mayor of Amsterdam and the Dutch government adore money, thus there are no regulations and only promotion campaigns to attract more tourist zombies.

                I also travel often to South America and the preservation of the Inca city Machu Picchu is being threatened by mass tourism. And the global kakistocracy also uses lies as the hoax climate change for their own goals

                Machu Picchu Peru’s Inca citadel threatened by climate change

                But there are a huge amount of sheeple who still believe that governments will serve them….. ai ai ai caramba

                Saludos y abrazos,

                Pablo de Boer

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Thank you so much for your Croatian feedback. I know mkey is from that area along the coast. I love reading mkey’s comments and have learned a lot about the region.

              Like you, mkey, Pablo and others have pointed out…
              It seems like the full appreciation of beauty, art, culture has often becomes a degraded fat-slob & plastic-coated air-head rich-lady veneer tourista type commercialism.

              Part of Croatia was taken to North Texas and “commercialized”, about 20 minutes from me.
              Jim also knows where this is, because he used to live about 20-30 minutes away.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I guess Corbett is in transit, because this tidbit about Croatia is still pending moderation…

              • mkey says:

                This is obviously a very high class joint, it’s reminiscent of those juppies who think they’re Japanese because they decorated their apartment a certain way.

                Either way, the village looks pretty authentic for an Adriatic coast type of affair, they should have put stone pavement instead of asphalt, but it’s good as it is. I can’t place that “zin zen” thing, but OK.

                One thing that stood out was that thing about zoning or lack of it. It’s pretty much impossible to build anything here, while following the law, without jumping through hoops for years while obtaining every damn possible goddamn “permit” under this Sun of ours.

                Rhetorical question for the day: if permits and licenses are issued to legalise things that are deemed illegal, when has it become illegal to build a home for oneself and their family? I understand limitations will always apply, but this is getting ridiculous. Here, I mean, obviously not in Texas.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I hear ya about “permits”. My 40 year old son is a supervisor for contractors and manages major construction sites. The permit issue is a racket for the government bodies. Expensive as sin, and time consuming. Headaches galore. Costs galore on the permits. Inspection. Wait, wait, wait for the inspectors so you can work. …and competency/care/concern of many contractors is a commodity long-gone-down-the-drain.
                Silly mandates too. Like a kitchen must have a window, because people might get depressed in the kitchen without a window.–True…no lie…City code in rich Plano, TX.

                Rant. Rant, rant, and more rant.

                We live in a world of paper pushers gone digital.

        • manbearpig says:

          To be fair, it does contribute to normalizing inhuman things (and watching television): Black Mirror is extraordinarily violent in a variety of ways and even children are not “sacred” and do not escape the perversity. So in the name of educating I have perpetuated perversity and violence.

          Maybe you’ve heard there’s a documentary coming out (or has just come out) called “Nothing to Hide” discussing, as far as I can tell, the title whose message is: (“No problem for me, I’ve got nothing to hide” – or the ubiquitous surveillance grid is only a problem if you’ve got something to hide”) and the evils this mentality could engender.

          During a class I asked the following question: ‘If there was a vote and everybody was somehow forced to be perfectly candid, and the question was “Who wants a total surveillance grid?” – What percentage would vote for it?’

          The prevailing opinion was “more than 60 percent”.

          To what extent do people want to feel watched?

          In a world where children have largely been deprived of their parents’ time and energy, to what degree does the human psyche of the masses crave attention?

          and while denouncing total connectedness surveillance

          actually desire it?

          • manbearpig says:

            In its violent, perverse way, Black Mirror explores, more or less directly, the notion of Human Dignity.

            Does a biological machine whose consciousness may well be a replicable mechanical process

            require dignity?

            If we allow ourselves to be treated like organic machines, if we aren’t already organic machines, do we Become organic machines?

            Is there anything wrong with transforming Human Beings into replicable biological machines devoid of dignity?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            manbearpig says:
            During a class I asked the following question: “Who wants a total surveillance grid?” … …The prevailing opinion was “more than 60 percent”.

            manbearpig, Was this 60% folks who actually desired it? or was the 60% a speculated opinion of a percentage of the population who would want it?

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ha!… Corbett had a pleasant, very clever ending to the video.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    X-Files – Worth watching!! – 4 minutes
    (Thanks Tom Secker! …his links, transcript, and other short video clips here… )

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I mention the above video to help point out one aspect which we have in our control when it comes to TV or movies…or food or products or whatever.

      While often the Corporatocracy tries to influence us, we also influence the Corporatocracy.
      We see our influence in many areas, from GMOs to tidbits in TV and movies.

      Like Corbett points out, there is balance. And he encourages real world interaction, rather than being sucked into a virtual prison of TV or phone or internet. Choices. And each of us are free will individuals with different interests and skills, free to make our own decisions, not bound by what others think (whether they be Corbetteers or normies).

      No matter where we are, we feed the machine. Anything that has ever been transported has helped to feed the machine.

      I think a lot depends upon one’s own mindset in how we individually choose different options.

      And, of major importance, I think that helping to raise the awareness of others is key towards shaping our future and influencing the Corporatocracy.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      So, in essence, I don’t have a problem with folks watching TV or movies.
      I certainly don’t like to impose a “moral code of acceptable behavior” on free thinkers nor on normies.

      For me personally, I am kind of selective on what I will watch on TV or movies, just like I am selective of how I spend my time. Some things I watch out of curiosity and fathoming trends, and some shows for enjoyment or entertainment.

      Like I mentioned above, there are two sides to this “viewing TV and movies”. While they may try to influence others, we also can “influence their content”.

      As far a feeding the machine…
      We all end up feeding the machine in different ways. Watching YouTube feeds the machine just like watching TV and movies.
      Every person who wears clothes has fed the machine. You are feeding the machine if you have an internet provider. Anything that has been transported has fed the machine.

      For me personally, all this boils down to a mindset. Kind of like an attitude of trying to decentralize in ways which fit the situation for the individual.
      But I won’t put forth a moral code for others to live by.

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        Ai ai ai caramba CR amigo Tejanito,

        When I read your comments about TV and you even say that you voluntarily choose which TV program you watch, than it is for me obvious and clear that you are still under the influence of the TV-anathema… This kind of Hollywood sorcery is very addictive and toxic amigo just like KFC food and their cheerleader in hteir management 😉 .. Your comments above proves and confirms how right señor James is on this topic…

        The globkaki even used Donald Duck for paying taxes and for the selling of war bonds during WW II

        Disney War Propaganda – Donald Duck Tells You To Pay Your Taxes (1943)

        The Ducktators War Bonds WWII Propaganda

        The former fascist socialist dictator of the US Barack Obomber told a crowd at a DreamWorks: “Entertainment is part of our American diplomacy”

        Hollywood: Chronicle of an Empire

        Hollywood Films also are being funded By… The Pentagon

        Hollywood Movies and the Military (Documentary)

        Operation Hollywood: How The Pentagon Shapes And Censors The Movies

        And this also a interesting documentary

        Hollywood Exposed

        Amigo Tejanito I only can suggest you, try to live a half year without TV & Hollywoord a. Experience self amigo Tejanito how ….. or continue your diet of KFC & Hollywood 🙂 … And don’t take it personal amigo Tejanito, because I wish you all the best

        Saludos y abrazos,

        Pablo de Boer

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          ha! That KFC cheerleader cashiers story was from 1975 & 76. You sound like a spouse digging up something from 40 years ago.

          Yes. If you are gonna impose a moral code, I certainly broke it Saturday night.
          I went over to my ex-wife’s, petted the dogs, had organic grassfed burgers, organic popcorn and watched some TV series show she wanted to see. I was kind of bored with that particular show. But I did enjoy our time together a few weeks back watching “Game of Thrones”.

          Just so you know Pablito, I have lived for extended periods of time without TV or seeing a movie.

          Actually, one series I really like… “Rawhide” Season 3. Drovers have a type of ethics I enjoy. along with an anarchist attitude about ’em.

          I’m okay with you trying to give me a moral code. The whole world, its governments, its religions, it populace,…they all know what is best for me and try to mandate what kind of moral code I should have.
          So, Pablito, your moral code mandate for me to live by sounds pretty tame. And I like your brand of hot sauce, ’cause you always spice up the conversations.

          Maybe a good poker game sometime, with chips and salsa, whisky and tobacco, and high stakes with a dime limit on the raise.

          • Pablo de Boer says:

            Hola aloha Tejanito,

            I will never impose somebody a code, becaue I advocate always voluntarism. Thus what a weak argument of yours tejanito… Maybe due to all your T…hi hi hi. But know it is for me clear and obvious why you quote so much TV clips in your comments…. 🙂

            Viva la libertad para todos y para ti tambien Tejanito,

            Pablo de Boer

          • Pablo de Boer says:

            Hola aloha Tejanito,

            Did you heard something from your amigos who attended the $145 – 180 Newsbud webinair(-gate…) ??

            Saludos y abrazos,

            Pablo de Boer

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              No, I haven’t.
              If someone originates a communication about it, I will let you and mkey know.

              By the way, Pablito, I thought of you the other day.
              Listen to the soothing voice of this mamacita, Roseangel…
              Ruth, is a member of our Texas 9/11 group. She recently interviewed Richard Gage. Ruth works with RoseAngel.
              WEBSITE –

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                Hola aloha amigo Tejanito,

                Muchas gracias for sharing your life experiences. And mamacita Roseangel tiene una voz muy dulce (Mamacita Roseangel has a very sweet voice) as you also already heard. She says in her video that she is practicing her Spanish. And she does that by watching Spanish telenovelas / soaps with English subtitles… Maybe you both can watch together Latin soaps amigo (hi hi hi). But as your amigo I want to warn you, Latin Telenovelas son muyyyyyyyy horroroso (are veryyyyyyyyy horrible)..


                Saludos y hasta leugo,

                Pablo de Boer

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                “…Times are getting darker and we gotta pull ourselves out with the light of truth.” – Richard Gage, AIA


              • mkey says:

                Ai ai ai, there are so many fine Spanish movies to watch.

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                Hola aloha amigo mckeyi,

                I prefer to watch documentaries these days, but in the past I was also a hardcore TV junkie on a daily diet of american series like X-files and Twin Peaks + a lot of Hollywood movies. But I never liked Latin telenovelas, por que son muyyyyy horroroso…

                And amigo mkey this is an interesting British Broadcast about the fake and state-controlled whistle blower Julian Assange. Wikipedia and Wikileaks are both created by the globkaki to fool the sheeple people.

                Wikileaks : Made by the N.S.A. – PART 1 OF 4

                According to Julian Assange the 911 attacks were committed by Osama Bin L …. Ai ai ai caramba this statement of señor Assange is 110% Mierda del Toro just like his hair-dress in the nineties …

                In the British broadcast they quote a lot out of the book Deconstructing Wikileaks, which is written by the Daniel Estulin. Daniel wrote also a lot about Bilderberg and just like señor James, he was a attendee of the the $145 – 180 Newsbud webinair(-gate…) on witch you and I according some CR sheeple are not entitled to c….. hi hi hi

                C U later amigo, because I have to help some people tonight to become cold turkey with empathy and spirituality, the best medicines for them.

                Saludos y buenas noches,

                Pablo de Boer

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Thanks for translating.

                When I owned my bookstores and wholesale operation circa 2001, I had about 30+ employees.
                Two guys who worked in the warehouse were from Mexico. Great guys and their English was better than most Tejanos. And they read more books than most Americans.

                I asked the guys one day how they snuck across the border and other stuff about when they first got here. They told me that when they arrived in Dallas, they couldn’t speak English.
                They learned English by watching American TV.

                One day, my office gets a letter from the government saying that they had a question about the Social Security number of one of the two guys.
                So I sit down with the guy and he tells me his Social Security number is fake. He was sad. He knew it meant he would be fired. So, I “fired” him from my legal payroll and told the bookkeeper to put his hours on my paycheck. So he got to keep his job and I would pay him cash every week from my paycheck.

              • Pablo de Boer says:

                Hola aloha amigo Tejanito,

                You are a cool guy with a marvelous heart, because it is very chill of you how you helped your Mexican employee. I also know a lot of people in Holland who live under the same conditions as your Mexican employee and 99 % of them are hard workers and often they are being abused by the Dutch society (corporations and government). They are an important positive factor for the Dutch society and economy together with a lot of “legal” foreign inhabitants.

                After WW II a lot of foreign employee were mislead by the Dutch government and corporations with lies, because the Dutch government and corporations told them that there were good jobs in Holland for them.. But this work the Dutch workers didn’t want to perform self, because it was work under bad conditions…. Lot of those foreigners came from Turkey and Morocco. Thus the living conditions and work in Holland was not so well for them… Most of them were men, these men were illiterate and they came alone without there wives and/or kids. Later they brought there wives and kids to Holland.

                When I came in the eighties from Venezuela to Holland, there was no Islamophobia in Holland. In that period the Dutch government and MSM was fear mongering the Dutch citizens with the Cold War and nuclear bombs just like happened in each other NATO member country. After the decline of the Soviet Union in the nineties and after 911 the Islam became enemy number 1 in Holland. And one of the biggest political parties in Holland, Party For The Freedom, is based on Islamophobia and their leader, Geert Wilders, is a diehard Zionist and he is financed by foreign Zionists just like AIPAC finance Trump and Hitlery C. Geert Wilders is a psychopath just like Trump and Obama. He is also spreading fear, hate and lies.

                Israeli-Zionist GEERT WILDERS EXPOSED! (Another Zionist Spreading Fear, Hate, and Lies)

                The global kakistocracy uses always the same Hegelian tactics. I read often in MSM that the European governments are more humane than the US government, but that is a big lie base don Mierd del Toro, because all these governments are filled with narcissistic psychopaths and that’s why they, US and Europe, have with each other an alliance based terror and violence called NATO.

                Saludos y abrazos,

                Pablo de Boer

              • mkey says:

                From many different sides I have heard there are no other such hardworking people as Mexicans. Probably more valid for emmigrants, but none the less.

  4. Pablo de Boer says:

    Hola aloha señor James,

    This video is for my person a very old mentally counsel, because I also have more than a decade no TV @ home. This TVless life is for my person very mind-altering. In the past I also watched movies and these I also watch lesser and lesser. Just like you said there is so much other real interesting and mind-expanding stuff here on pacha mama to experience. I also prefer to experience self most events in real life, than to read about it or watch it on a device…

    I also choose voluntarily to have no I-slave device to carry around, because I don’t want to become a 24/7 member of the smartphone zombie society and dance the smartphone blues zombies.

    Smartphones Blues Zombies

    Creating my own life is so joyful and dancing salsa with a latina causes indescribable enthusiasm and eagerness in mi almita. I can advice everybody without charging bucks to try the same life style, but only voluntarily

    And señor James muchas gracias for almost always sharing your thoughts and investigations for only one buck a month, that is almost for free and…. I will not repeat my thoughts on w……-gate this time :), because there are still a huge amount of zombies out there, who don’t like when you freely choose how to express your own thoughts. These kind of zombies will say to you that you use bad drugs or need to go to a shrink who will give you toxic drugs made by Rockefeller & Co and the shrink will also shrink your thoughts, freedom and independence. ai ai ai caramba que pasa…

    Saludos y viva la vida,

    Pablo de Boer

  5. shanbos says:

    I (not by conscious choice) quit turning that thing on about 15 years, but rather started doing other things. BEST thing that my daughter and ever did!! The time her & I have spent doing other things together is irreplaceable!!! I raised her by myself and many people have asked how? The answer is clearly “cut the cable, blow up tv and get involved in everything they do” Crap I even volunteer on a board of directors for her figure skating club during her time in that!

    • mkey says:

      You’re so right on this one. People will often claim they don’t have the time/money/whatever but will completely gloss over wasting said resources on completely reprehensible bullshit. So kids grow up under the influence of the lowest common denominator at their schools and the cycle is complete.

  6. Mark44 says:

    I’ve gone boobtube-less now for more than two decades!
    So you are preaching to the choir with me. 🙂
    It is great advice though.

    As for i-devices, my cell goes in my car just for emergencies.
    I have traveled around the world and always am distraught to see just how anti-social people have become, just walking the streets staring into their i-devices.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    NEWS – Sept 7, 2017 – Bloomberg
    Equifax Says Cyberattack May Have Hit 143 Million Customers – Top Executives sell stock SS# , DL, date of birth, credit cards, income, etc.

    More on the disaster at Techdirt…

    • manbearpig says:

      Is stuff like this just designed to make people feel exposed and in danger? So they seek protection from some big daddy government agency…?

      And additional proof for why there’s a “need” for internet regulation?

      a sort of micro cyber 9/11?

      Perhaps this is the annual distraction from 9/11 itself along with the hurricanes?

      It’s breathtaking how these frat boy execs can use corruption to distract from their corruption while creating more corruption…

      reminds me of the ashley madison dating site breach…

      a sort of panopticon mechanism…

  8. ddave says:

    I am wondering whether an added solution would be for all human beings to choose a purpose on which to focus their attention/imagination/creativity.

    Whilst their attention is focused to achieve a satisfactory outcome will put out of mind sight or into the background information that does not serve that purpose.

    That purpose, helping all humanity, requires passion, persistence and true care . Nothing can be created without care. Since the creative outcome from that purpose requires discoveries it, at the same time, is a discovery of truth and this moulds/conditions the mind to know what truth is.

    I am wondering if humanity is on the cusp of a new renaissance as new generations take advantage of the vast information field now available on the Internet.

  9. Octium says:

    I don’t see any positive outcome from TV broadcasts unless they are deterring aliens from wanting to invade our planet.

  10. Mina says:

    And again, love you James and your solutions!

    I’ve spontaneously quit TV when I got hooked on ‘truth stuff’ and funny how many times I’ve been asked why in a worrying tone from my loved ones. Silly how it’s hard to explain to people how real info is waaaay more interesting then the fiction they are hooked on (including news).

    But really, now I find myself addicted to all this and was contemplating how to cut my YT time. What you just did made this idea more real, thank you.

    Btw, this video I did find on YT and there was no direct link to this page here. It’s also not on the CR home page as it should be as recent one.
    Hope you are not hiding this on purpose! Hmm… 😉

  11. generalbottlewasher says:

    Vacations over; time to catch-up on the Corbett show. I remember the black and white TV.we had when I was young. My parents both referred to it as the boob-tube or the idiot-box. I must admit mom and dad had no illusion of the negative connotation that potential uses the TV had. As I got older they seem to have gotten smarter and my appreciations of their insights became keener. I do regret not telling them how much I valued those intuitions and insights they possessed.
    It’s great to see so many great comments and variety that could peek anyones interests. Its a regular Truman Show. You never know what is comming next. You could call the Corbett Report a show,its raw but entertainmenting and rewarding educationally. Comes like radio or with a screen. The interactive nature is an improvement over conventional TV. I do not think I have traded one screen for another. I left old TV years ago and on a whim picked up an Ipad just for kicks and something new to explore some science projects I was exploring. I’m a firm Allen Watts type for books over digital data for depositories of truth and history. Book clubs exchanging ideas are so different from the singular disassociation you see in the detachment of Iphones and laptops. No comparison. Thirty people in a pub silently sitting with their noses in a screen, zoned out from all around them is not the way to exchange ideals and as Mr. James says connect with the real world around you. However, I suppose they could be typing on their logged-in Corbett Report Leave a reply comment. Time to submit. Thanks James you are appreciated! Nice cinematography.

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