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Category Archives: Week 1: Giving Up Cable Television

Week 1, Epilogue: Cutting the Cord

In the last week I have watched only three things: A documentary on Sudanese refugees, an animated short about a young girl growing up in Iran and the global warming documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth."
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Week 1, Day 5: Mind-Candy Detox

I eyeballed my Netflix envelope and realized that I'd ordered a documentary on Charles Bukowski -- That wasn't gonna cut it. Let's be honest, nothing about Bukowski is restful.
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Week 1, Day 3: White Noise

I watched the DVD of "An Inconvenient Truth" tonight, which I've been meaning to watch since, oh, 2005. It kind of made me want to stab myself in the face -- but it also reminded me that I'm not paying attention. In trying to catch everything, I'm missing most of it.
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Week 1, Day 2: The Last to Know

Being taken out of the loop of friendship/support by virtue of not watching the news was a bit of a shocker. Also, apparently Patrick Swayze kicked the bucket. Who knew? (Well, everyone but me – it seemed.)
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Week 1, Day 1: Multi-Task Fail

I have had the DVD of Persepolis (a subtitled, animated exploration of the life of an Iranian woman) from Netflix for over two months, simply because I can't read a movie and update my Twitter status at the same time.
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Week 1, Prologue: Cable Television

Cable didn't argue, it didn't tease - it just showed up like I knew it would when I flicked on that button - safe, predictable and sedating.
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