DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR CHILDREN ARE WATCHING ON TELEVISION?
I usually go to a movie with my daughter on Sundays. Andy goes to his dad's and we have a girls day out. Now the first time I saw this new commercial - I hated it. And the next I saw it, I hated it even more. And so forth.
This is a vile commercial that's reaching our children and teenagers . When we bring Andy to a movie this commercial is shown to the little kids as well and he (thinks) he can't wait to see the fall line up. Now we don't let him watch Cartoon Network anyway - unless there is a Scooby Doo movie on it or Ben Ten show on - so I don't know why he's that excited. Whenever we let him watch things like Pokemon, Bakugon, and so forth his personality turns kind of mean and ugly. He affects him. Just like scary movies affect me - I don't watch them. So we monitor the television. At times he sneaks it on - so I went and put a parental control on it. Sorry buddy - it is because I love you.
They are cartoons that teach disrespect, violence, and bad attitudes. Apparently kids aren't disrespectful enough apparently because they're going to add 'reality' television to there line up as. And not so nice ones. I think it's kind of like mind control.
The young man (?) who is singing - plays his guitar and both he and the guitar are PAINFUL to listen to. He's literally screaming at the kids. They are flashing different shows on the screen for the kids to see so that they'll beg their parents to watch it or turn it on themselves.
Has anybody seen this ad campaign? Do you feel the same? Does any adult out there like Cartoon Network? Do you let your kids watch it? Have you watched it WITH them?
BE CAREFUL WHAT THEY WATCH AND GET BRAINWASHED WITH ON TELEVISION - THEY MAY END UP ON BIG BROTHER SOMEDAY - AND WILL SHOW THE WORLD WHAT THEY LEARNED IN THEIR LIFE!
Do these expressions seem happy to you?
[A]s Christians we have to be really wise about what we watch on the Internet, TV, movies, and everything else--because what goes into our hearts and our minds is going to come out in our lives. -Rebecca St. James