Thursday, March 17, 2011

Want or Need: CABLE TV

In an ever-growing materialistic society, it's becoming more difficult to distinguish the difference between what we really want and what we really need. It's time for you to weigh in on this discussion. It's real simple...is it a want or a need?

CABLE TV


WANT or NEED?


6 comments:

Crystal G said...

Want.

We've have had the limited basic cable for about three years now and it gives you only the local stations. We only have it since it's bundled with the internet for cheaper then paying for just internet.

In addition we gave up cable watching for Lent and we've been fine since we have access to Netflix and Hulu.

Kellie said...

I get almost 1,000 channels on my television, not by my choice, and I usually don't watch any of it. I would actually rather not them as so many are wasted. My children love our "movie nights" but those include DVDs, snuggly children, and large quanities of icecream. No cable needed.

Eric said...

Want-A nice extra but definitely not a need.

Erin said...

I don't want it and we have it. I called to cancel it (and
our "land line" by ended up keeping both because our Internet would have been slower and more expensive NOT to have the bundle. How is that even possible!? Which goes back to the Internet being a want or need, so I suppose I could have canceled the entire bundle...

Gary Durbin said...

Want. TV is free with an antenna.

Matt W. said...

Certainly don't need it, really don't even want it, but can't convince somebody that we should get rid of it...