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Staring at the clock I was eager to leave I hated the class I was in because all we ever did was read the same thing over and over and it could not be any more unproductive My classes that year were meaningless and worthless the only reason I was taking them was in order to graduate Scared to look forward I reflected on my past which was filled with many memories Growing up I was addicted to television and I was watching TV any chance I could get Whether while I was eating hanging out or alone a television was always on Because of that I was exposed to shows that were not in my age group For example at age ten Jerry Springer was my favorite show to watch I would stay up just to catch new episodes Since most of the time instead of studying I was watching Television my grades plummeted Because of all this I was placed in the equivalent of vocational education Work hard play later thats a statement that only works in that order My life was the complete opposite which is a dire issue I got lucky and found myself one last chance in which I pray I never mess up These days we find so many kids relaxing and not working hard who find themselves in situations that they do not desire Because of this they end up struggling in school and underachieving The cause of this can be traced back to many variables but Im here to argue that television can be one of them With the opportunity for kids to be exposed to adult advertisement how do we expect kids to succeed Marie Winns idea that families put such a heavyweight on television Eric Schlossers idea that companies spend so much time and money focused on child advertisement and Mike Roses idea that kids should avoid being placed in vocational education should
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