I would have said Internet, but of the three it's probably TV. I can't stand most music on the radio today. It's getting way worse, and I blame the recording industry. Music has no substance anymore.
Movies - they're great and all, but I never have a chance to see any anymore. I think I've seen three movies in a theater in the last six months. Then if/when it comes time to look for something to rent or watch off of HBO, they rarely seem interesting enough.
TV is still OK, but I also pretty much never watch network television. I watch Scrubs reruns, Seinfeld reruns, The Daily Show/The Colbert Report, How It's Made and Mythbusters, and that's pretty much it.
knapplc wrote:I can't stand most music on the radio today. It's getting way worse, and I blame the recording industry. Music has no substance anymore.
The meduim might be the problem. Radio is so controlled by the few large corporations that own most of the stations that there is no edge left. They all have to play it safe. I actually agree with the first two sentences that I quoted there, but I still voted music. The good music isn't on the radio, for the most part.
I voted movies. I probably watch a lot more movies than what would be considered "normal."
But to be real honest, I'd have to say reading or the internet.
Like knapp, I find most of today's music to be garbage. Same with TV. With the exceptions of a few shows, I hardly ever watch TV except for the news. My interest in TV has waned ever since the reality TV explosion spearheaded by FOX. Ironic really, since Married With Children was the first "adult" show that I watched religiously. That and Simpsons and Baywatch.
i probably watch more TV on a regular basis (although i own over 200 DVD's) but nothing gets me more excited than waiting for a new blockbuster movie to come out and then finally getting to see it. i just like the 2-3 hour escape more than that 1/2 hour-hour show
i do like my TV though and there's quite a few series that i've gotta tune into every week, but like i said, nothing beats going to see that big summer blockbuster on the big screen (as long as it isnt Peral Harbor)
Music would be 3rd for me...i like it, but mainly just when i'm in the car or at a concert...and yeah, 90% of today's new music is garbage
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Well, by music I don't necessarily mean the radio. Going onto itunes or whatever you use and finding some stuff on your own is fine, which is basically what I do. I don't listen to the radio as much as itunes or my ipod.