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    5 reasons why watching the news is bad for you

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    Samantha says: I came across this while researching the importance of watching the news and I thought I'd check it out to get the other sides opinion... All I want to say is that while ranting is a good form of releasing pent up anger on a certain subject, in the public eye, it is just a way to come across as unintelligent and ignorant. So many strong arguments could be made in favor of your opinion and even persuaded people to see the news as unimportant to watch such as censorship, entertainment news overtaking important news, repetition, etc. Next time you publicly voice your opinion, try to leave your readers with something to consider rather than with them clicking the back button on their browser while rolling their eyes. test

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