Nathaniel Hawthorne Junior High School 74 - Insights Yearbook (Bayside, NY)

 - Class of 1982

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CktCi JlCUÂŁLte t J An Interview With Mr. Kreizman By Stefanie Szumilo 8-1 Reporter: Do you enjoy watching TV? Mr. Kreizman: Sometimes, it really depends on the show. Reporter: About how many hours per day do you spend watching TV? Mr. Kreizman: All in all, about an hour. Reporter: Do you think TV is worthwhile? Mr. Kreizman: I think that very few programs today are of any real value. Reporter: How do you feel about soap operas? Mr. Kreizman: I think that they are very unrealistic. For instance, a person can have a fatal disease and have only six months to live, and about eleven years later, he has only five months to live. Reporter: How about sports coverage? Mr. Kreizman: The high school and college sports are good, but I can ' t see giving these " professionals " a half a million dollars each year. Most of them don ' t earn it. Reporter: What do you think about violence on TV? Mr. Kreizman: Although any violence, whether on TV or not, isn ' t good, I ' d rather see it on television than in real life. The violence I ' d like to see is everyone throwing their TVs out the window! Reporter: What is your view of explicit language on TV? Mr. Kreizman: There really is no reason to limit the language on TV. You hear it anywhere you go anyway. Reporter: How do you feel about commercials? Mr. Kreizman: I believe they are the greatest insult to human intelligence. I can ' t understand why grown men and women want to squeeze toilet paper. Reporter: How does TV differ in France? Mr. Kreizman: In France they only have about three or four channels. Each channel has limited shows and very few commercials. Reporter: Do you think TV is good for kids? Mr. Kreizman: I think it ' s pathetic to have these youngsters subjected to the torture of sitting in front of a 19 " BOOB TUBE! 39



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