Posted: Friday, April 1, 2011 5:57:46 AM
Date: Thursday March 31, 2011
Today, I was sitting in front of my new television, the 65’ Mitsubishi HD plasma television that my mother desired having for a profoundly long time. It was from a huge swap of a momentary diminutive television my father recalled having in the attic. We had that television for about two months, and my eyes were getting acclimated with the small screen I’ve been staring at for almost four hours day by day. I must admit to the fact that my eyes were burning as I tried my best to watch the motion picture that was appearing on the Mitsubishi. I thought that not a soul other than me suffered from that problem. It was bizarre. I then asked my mother who said, “I have been noticing the same problem.” But nevertheless, we were really happy to have the new electronic in our house. And then I realize that I could not stay a day without watching television. My generation, electronic means everything for them. Television has been an extravagant impact in my life, because it was like a companion when I was home alone or when I was feeling bored. Regardless of the fact that televisions can’t communicate with you, they still have people performing in them. They make you laugh, debate on who is right and wrong, cry and put in suspense. I’m glad that my parents realize that fact.