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Flashback to 15 years back I often consider how I would wake up at 7 am on a saturday morning to get my animation fix. Back then TV was fun, but it wasn't always frequent, it was a weekend morning thing while you had breakfast and then eventually made your way out to play with your pals. I myself am constantly babysitting a little kid here or there if it be my own niece, or a family ' grandchild. I had often noticed the differences between the children and their television habits, for many might watch a little and then want to run openly, whereas others prefer to be sat in front of the television, not budge until a commercial. There's much to see on the effects tv may cause a kid from aggressive behavior to gender role stereotyping, to obesity. From What I have read in the many articles there is a good amount of people that argue that there is indeed a great deal of aggressive behaviour being marketed during children's TV programs and also due to the number spent watching TV. One article said that "The matter is not always the content of the programming, but the social isolation that comes from so many hours in front of the tube" said the researchers at this article "Children who observe 'excessive' amounts of TV are more likely to have criminal convictions, exhibit aggression and experience negative emotions: study" at the NY Daily News. From what I've read there are many points being made about kids and the sum of TV a child watches daily, however I beg to disagree that this leads to aggression in children. As I thought back to shows when I was younger I could remember that there were indeed many displays that showed aggression and violence during their schedule but as I evaluate...