The Riddle

Ninety-nine percent of American households live with a personal hypnotist.

American children are exposed an average of four hours per day―that is 28 hours a week, 2,400 hours a year and nearly 18,000 hours by the time they graduate from high school―to this personal hypnotist. In comparison, they spend only 13,000 hours in school, from kindergarten through twelfth grade.

Sixty percent of what this personal hypnotist offers is violence, at a rate of about five violent acts per hour.

This personal hypnotist presents to the average American child 12,000 violent acts each year, amounting to about 200,000 violent acts by the time the child reaches 18 years old.

From all the time spent with this personal hypnotist children learn aggressive attitudes and behaviors, they become desensitized to real world violence, and may develop fear of being victimized by violence.

Young children, especially those younger than age seven, often cannot distinguish the reality from the fantasy that this personal hypnotist presents to them. However, they are capable of imitating and learning from the violence presented by their personal hypnotist.

In a University of Illinois study, people who were exposed to the most violence presented by this personal hypnotist between birth and age eight committed the most serious crimes by age 30.

A national opinion poll shows that 80% of Americans believe that the violence presented by this personal hypnotist is harmful to society.

This personal hypnotist is the most violent in the world.

WHO IS THIS PERSONAL HYPNOTIST?

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AMERICAN TELEVISION!

In the early days of television, people strained to watch fuzzy black and white images on tiny screens. Black and white Polaroid photographs of the day had more realism than broadcast television. Today people dedicate whole living areas to watching large screen television in glorious high definition color accompanied by the sound of house shaking and body vibrating sound systems that more than ever create a realistic sensory experience.

It’s a fact that the subconscious mind cannot tell reality from fantasy, and that the more learning channels—like: sight, sound, touch, taste and smell—that are activated during suggestions the more effective those suggestions become. It is also true that repetition is another way for suggestions to work their way into the subconscious mind.

Young children have not developed the critical mental facility to process and reject the violence that television delivers to them hour after hour, day after day. The violence they come to accept at such a young age may influence them for the rest of their life.

Control the content that your children view.

3D television is poised to raise the viewing experience to a whole new level of realism. How many more years before researchers conclude that 3D television has similar, or worse, effects on our children?

This riddle is based upon facts about how television effects children extracted in part from Federal Communications Commission Fact Sheet on the V-chip.

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