Raising kids with no- or low-TV.
Check out this article in my local paper The Atlanta Journal & Constitution. Its really sad that kids these days are becoming dependent on TV and electronic media in general. The all-powerful TV is becoming omnipresent in our modern American (and European) culture.
We are raising what I like to call the "Entertainment Generation". Read on and be disgusted!...
Stores roll out TV for shoppers' kids
ATLANTA — Parents, take heart. There's no need to break into a cold sweat during your
weekly trek to the grocery store. Publix is testing a new weapon in taming the Terrible
Twos and, surprise, it comes in the form of a television.
Meet the TV Kart, a car-shaped shopping cart fully loaded with a TV screen that plays
popular children's shows.
Read more: http://www.daytondailynews.com/classifi ... 8_COX.html
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If i went to a supermarket and found these shopping carts with tv's in them i would take my coustom elsewere and then inform the stores owners why i was no longer a coustomer of his stores