Re: DSM: Television and freedom?

From: Ardeshir Mehta, N.D. (
Date: Thu Dec 06 2001 - 18:04:14 EST

Hi there everyone:

Re. just the matter of television and freedom, and in particular the
comparing of TV to public schools: I don't see the comparison. No
matter HOW manipulative TV is, one is always at liberty to turn it
off -- but if one is enrolled in a public (read: NON-SVS) school, one
is NOT at liberty to "turn it off", so to speak (read: not do what one
is told to do by the school's so-called "authorities".)

Best wishes,

Ardeshir <>.


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