Don’t worry it doesn’t mean you’ve suddenly become a Karen. Being at your wits end with conventional media is a good thing well, in my opinion it is.
Remember when you were younger, when all TV’s were bulky and heavy before there were thousands of channels. I’m taking back when you were Blockbuster Video age. If you can remember then certainly you remember some one, usually your mom or grandmother, telling you to stop watching TV because “It’ll rot your brains!” Turns out that they may have lied about the tooth fairy, and Santa but they may have been right all along in regards to TV.
Personally, I don’t watch TV. Since I was unimpressed by TV at the age of 15, I feel that I do carry a different mindset than my peers because of it. I suggest everyone give it a try. Stick to DVR’ing one show that you cannot live without-if you must, but otherwise forgo the boob tube and discover your natural born intelligence and wandering curiosity.
I must warn you, however, that unplugging from the MSM is a lonesome road but is well worth the destinations you will stumble upon. It should be considered that maybe all this mass confomity, censorship and craziness isn’t a fluke but rather it is a side effect of constant media interference. Chances are you will discover that it’s not just the TV that’s been manipulating you.
Where we put our focus we find our future.
If we as a civilization continue to focus on lifeless screens, fake lives, fictitious personalities, and phony products then what more can we expect than a future of pure souless simulations. Join humanity again and when you get there you’ll never want to go back.