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How much TV do you watch?

Type: General
Quite a lot 10% 4 Votes
A fair amount 30% 12 Votes
Very little 45% 18 Votes
None 10% 4 Votes
Other 5% 2 Votes

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40 Votes Total

Dec 28, 2012

Poll Replies (19)

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graymane (33) None, of course.
Any time I normally could spend on watching TV, is usually diverted to either being parked on this site or immersed elsewhere in some other area of porn.

12-28-12  01:59am

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Capn (28) Almost none.

Life is too busy to be bothered with it.

Cap'n. :0)

12-28-12  02:28am

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Jay G (67) I guess it depends on what you mean by TV nowadays. I watch old TV series on netflix or DVDs most nights and DVR (with fast-forward) a few news shows. Regular TV with commercials? NEVER anymore.
12-28-12  02:56am

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gaypornolover (38) Very little since I got the internet! I used to watch a lot of TV but I have far less interest now. I still have a TV but I don't watch it everyday - that would have been unthinkable pre-internet!

Certainly if I had to give up internet or my TV, the TV would be gone.

12-28-12  04:44am

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rearadmiral (388) I've never been much of a TV watcher, but I'm probably bucking the trend a bit in that my consumption is going up. I've found myself recording stuff on the PVR and going back to it later when I can skip through the ads. I don't think I've watched a 'live' TV broadcast is a loooong time.
12-28-12  05:14am

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RustyJ (145) Almost not at all really. Movies, some hockey but even those movies are mostly DVD or Bluray.
12-28-12  05:34am

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hodayathink (18) Tons. I have a decent amount of free time and a large amount of channels, so I can usually find something to watch.
12-28-12  07:47am

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turboshaft (24) I don't have cable, but I do have an LCD TV with a PS3 and a Netflix instant watch subscription (where they have a ton of older TV shows, though most are of no interest to me). Does any of what I watch on there count?

But I know next to nothing about any of the latest TV shows or series and I probably couldn't care any less if I ever did. :-)

12-28-12  09:04am

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Monahan (44) The crap available on US TV has caused me to reduce my viewing, but I still watch a lot of it:

News shows (real news, not the silly news on many stations)
Sports (Baseball, American Football, some basketball)

That's about it.

12-28-12  10:46am

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pat362 (375) I picked very little but I guess that could be considered a subjective answer since I watch about 2 hours of TV a day and that could be considerded a fair amount by some. For me that is a little because I used to watch a lot more tv. of course that was before all the reality TV programming that each network puts out and which I can't watch.
12-28-12  11:05am

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messmer (137) A fair amount since I owe us, as a couple, time together. And since we are mostly house-bound TV is pretty well the only option.
12-28-12  01:25pm

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pr0n addict (9) call me old skool. but tv these days wasn't like it was back in the days. commercials are always on. shows are all reality shows. only a couple shows keep me interested these days. and that's if i have a second to even sit down.
12-28-12  11:05pm

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Drooler (220) Monahan's answer is pretty close to what I'd say. It amazes me how much on US TV is shallow and sloppy stuff that's supposed to pass for journalism. Just yesterday I was laughing at how ridiculous the talking head commentary was on CNN and MSNBC regarding the "fiscal cliff." When they don't know how else to fill time, they do it by asking questions that answer themselves, or they ask the other person (who is clearly not an expert save at having a pretty face) to predict what happen next. Of course, the answer is vague and non-committal.

Then there are the commercials. The one's for prescription medications, with their list of disclaimers and warnings in the middle, would insult the intelligence of a carrot. And the whole "Low T" marketing campaign is just plain SICK.

I wind up watching a lot of shows that were made mostly up to the 1970's and those few of quality, like The Sopranos, made later. And the war documentaries are usually pretty good, especially the British ones.

12-29-12  03:09am

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otoh (54) Not that much - depends how busy I am; the last few months have been pretty hectic so almost none lately - but usually maybe 1 hour a day. Main thing I watch are the US crime dramas - CSI, NCIS, etc - all daft stuff but it keeps me entertained.

However, I literally never watch live TV - got a PC set up which records everything I want - so I can pick and choose whatever when I have the chance. As such, regular terrestrial TV has more than I can get through - so don't subscribe to cable/satellite etc.

12-29-12  05:40am

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marcdc1 (174) Very little. When I do it's always a social activity. Although I do occasionally put on CNN as background noise while I do chores
12-29-12  06:36am

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tangub (155) Very little these days, I used to have the full satellite package with all the movie and sport channels but after I split up with my ex wife I cancelled the subscription to save money and quite honestly I don't miss it at all.
12-29-12  02:02pm

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Dirt D (4) Sports mostly... only other TV watch that is a must see is The Walking Dead (I'm hooked). Otherwise I don't regularly watch TV anymore.

If Netflix counts, then I watch a ton.

12-29-12  02:50pm

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slutty (111) I tend to have it on in the background a lot when doing boring tasks, other than that watch a fair amount of sports
12-30-12  11:03pm

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Ambition (15) Classic TV: Very little, I watch TV content on demand and mostly on-the-go, though.
01-23-13  09:20pm

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