Is The TV Killing You

 

When Streamers Kill Each Other in Fortnite #9 (Bugha, Clix, Benjyfishy, Aqua)

Video taken from the channel: DropNade


 

Study: Sitting & Watching TV Can Kill You!

Video taken from the channel: The Young Turks


 

KILL YOUR TV Katana ZERO (Gamerip)

Video taken from the channel: Fivda’s Upload Mess


 

HOW to KILL an ORC! FGTeeV vs Orcs Must Die 3

Video taken from the channel: FGTeeV


 

Marilyn Manson Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes (Kill Your God)

Video taken from the channel: Ricardo Bello


 

Samara Sings A Song (The Ring Scary Halloween Parody)

Video taken from the channel: Aaron Fraser-Nash


 

Ned’s Atomic Dustbin Kill Your Television (unaired)

Video taken from the channel: Mark A.


For every two additional hours a person spent watching TV, the risk of death from heart disease jumped by 44 percent, cancer death risk climbed by 21 percent and the risk of premature death went. But our love of TV could be slowly killing us. Research shows sitting down and watching TV can do everything from raise diabetes risk. However, the association seen in the study does not mean that watching too much TV causes death from these diseases.

The increased risk of death associated with watching a lot of TV was seen in both active and inactive people in the study, according to the report published online Oct. 27 in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Every hour spent watching TV, DVDs and videos as an adult reduces life expectancy by almost 22 minutes, a study suggests.

And viewing TV for an average of six hours a day can cut short your life by. With Peter Dingle, Cedric Cheong, Petra Schulenburg. ‘Is Your House Killing You?’ is a groundbreaking, on the pulse, scientific makeover series. Ordinary families are invited to take up the challenge to ‘detox’ their homes. From inner city apartments to country fibros, our expert team swarms, probes and strips back a diverse range of homes in a CSI-style investigation. Here’s How Watching Too Much TV Can Actually Kill You.

It’s not just something your grandma says. By Diana Bruk. February 23, 2018. By Diana Bruk. February 23, 2018.

We all know watching too much television is really, really bad for you. It damages your eyes (especially if you’re sitting in a dark room), and scientists have previously linked it to antisocial behavior, lowered verbal IQ and. TV makes you deader.

TV-viewing is a pretty deadly pastime, research suggests. No matter how much time you spend in the gym, every hour you spend in. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Love it. I’ve been reminding people of the push to “Kill your Television” (and excess of screens in general) but no one seems to remember. Its why they call it “programming”. “This is the house you should strive to have. This is how you should behave and react. This is what you should accept and not accept.

Look!Is TV Killing You? written by Head Health Nutter January 15, 2010 There’s a rumour going around: electrical gadgets emit harmful radiation which affect our health.

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I learned a lot about it that way but any way you kill your TV is fine.”

“Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture” by Stephen Duncombe
from Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture
by Stephen Duncombe
Verso, 1997

Yeah, I could use a replacement TV for the one that blew out in a big thunderstorm, but, yeah, I can skip watching TV in the kitchen awhile until I save enough money to buy a new one.

“55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal: Your Guide to a Better Life” by Elizabeth White
from 55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal: Your Guide to a Better Life
by Elizabeth White
Simon & Schuster, 2020

My TV is constantly fluttering.

“Communication in History: Technology, Culture, Society” by David Crowley, Paul Heyer
from Communication in History: Technology, Culture, Society
by David Crowley, Paul Heyer
Taylor & Francis, 2015

Linear, programmed broadcast TV, arranged by channel directors and appointment-to-view, is dying.

“YouTubers: How YouTube shook up TV and created a new generation of stars” by Chris Stokel-Walker
from YouTubers: How YouTube shook up TV and created a new generation of stars
by Chris Stokel-Walker
Canbury Press, 2019

The instantaneous feature of television was also fatal to the newsreels.

“The History of Television, 1942 to 2000” by Albert Abramson
from The History of Television, 1942 to 2000
by Albert Abramson
McFarland & Company, 2003

TV has become my world.

“A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran” by Shane Bauer, Joshua Fattal, Sarah Shourd
from A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran
by Shane Bauer, Joshua Fattal, Sarah Shourd
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014

My problem was not with the TV, but on my roof.

“The Kingdom Agenda” by Tony Evans
from The Kingdom Agenda
by Tony Evans
Moody Publishers, 2013

And TV is still in a state of flux — all favoring the guerrilla.

“Guerrilla Marketing, 4th edition: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your SmallBusiness” by Jay Conrad Levinson
from Guerrilla Marketing, 4th edition: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your SmallBusiness
by Jay Conrad Levinson
HMH Books, 2007

My TV is connected up to a cable after all, so maybe it’s sending some kind of signal back about which channel I’m tuned in to?

“Critical Statistics: Seeing Beyond the Headlines” by Robert de Vries
from Critical Statistics: Seeing Beyond the Headlines
by Robert de Vries
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2018

Each television frame is in a continual state of becoming….

“Televisuality: Style, Crisis, and Authority in American Television” by John Thornton Caldwell, Rutgers University Press
from Televisuality: Style, Crisis, and Authority in American Television
by John Thornton Caldwell, Rutgers University Press
Rutgers University Press, 1995

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  • 0:26 the lad in the sleeveless tshirt is JB’s legend “Big” Stu Willetts. One of my best friends of the late 80s early 90s and all round lunatic.

  • Hmm..funny it says unaired cause i just saw the other clip and i thought “hmm, that’s not the clip i remember from my youth, that one had live footager” then i found this and this IS the clip that i saw. However i am in canada, more precisely quebec so i didnt see this on MTV but Musiqueplus (the french canadian MuchMusic, itself the canadian MTV) so that would explain it but yeah, this is the clip they aired here. I’d never seen the other one.

  • You’re just jealous that she’s smarter than you and that by saying that she’s “dumb dumb” you feel that it compensates for your lack of ability to see intelligence in other people……and the lack of ability to realize your own ABSENCE of intelligence.

  • omfg guess what NO SHIT

    another clueless “study” from ana the spanner

    did you know if you held your breathe underwater you could actually die

    9 out of 10 people can stfu with this bs

  • I’m on this video 😉

    The snowy parts where filmed outside Walsall JB’s (I think, the floodlights certainly look it) and the road from there to Wolverhampton is also shown on the vhs. I guess the road part was filmed for the homecoming Wolverhampton Civic Hall show in 1990 and the snowy parts the day after because I went out in my mega city four shorts and neds t-shirt and got a stinking cold.

  • I never saw them live but them and mudhoney were my favourite bands all thru my teenage years. two bass guitars at the same time was the best of all ideas