Well actually, I would have to argue that yes…. yes I do NEED a TV. But first, let me explain a little bit about my predicament. I have a little baby of a TV-32 inches, bought on sale from the Best Buy at Lincoln Center in NYC for only $200. I was paying off my credit cards at the time, and $200 was a lot. So I actually SAVED UP to buy this television, which is the first (possibly, only?) time I have ever done that.
A year and a half later, after three big moves, poor TV is tired. She still works, but sometimes crackles and blacks out for a minute or two. She’s not very reliable, which makes me sad. I’m glad I only spent $200 on a TV that I’ve thrown here there and everywhere, but at the same time, I can’t help but wonder if you get what you pay for when it comes to electronics.
So my TV is crapping out, I just paid an ungodly amount to have my car fixed, and I’m buying a house (but more on that next week..) Suffice to say, a new television just isn’t in the budget right now, even though I really think a working TV is more of a “need” than a “want” for me.
Hear me out: I think a television would be a great investment since watching my favorite shows at night is the primary way I unwind after a hard day at work. Television is my primary source of entertainment, as my boyfriend and I spend countless hours watching our favorite shows together. We don’t pay for cable, but having a bigger screen to watch shows via the internet is nice, and since I get use of it everyday, I consider a TV as something I need, even though I know better. You NEED some form of entertainment, right? Why shouldn’t it be a television?
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