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Would you rather live without TV or music?

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August 28, 2019

Elizabeth M.: There is no life without music.

Nancy: I have songs I go to when I am happy, sad, and lonely. Just about every emotion I experience has a song to help me enjoy or overcome what I’m experiencing or dealing with at the time.

Ron: I would do without the music. Everyone around me is always playing music. Even in the car, I don’t turn on the radio. Sometimes it’s nice to have the quiet.

Debbie: I can live without TV. Music is laughter to the soul.

Leila: Of course TV, but what counts as TV? Any videos ever?

Jessica: There’s no way I could commute for over an hour every day without music.

Elizabeth H.: I’d rather live without TV. Music frees me up to do other things. I can move around, read, and create rather than having to sit in one spot.

Laura: I enjoy both music and TV. I wake up each morning with a song on my mind. So I believe I would rather live without TV.

Jack: I would give up TV because music encompasses everything. I can listen to music while I do anything. Music is too important.

Piper: Music is what fuels my soul and one of the ways I express myself (singing along and dancing shamelessly). It can draw out memories instantly, the good and the bad, and there’s nothing terrible about remembering what brought you where you are today. Music is an expression of humanity, no matter the culture.

Dana: I already live without TV. I can’t imagine living without music.

Natali: I’d rather live without music, but I don’t know why.

Evan: I can get music on TV.

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