As we White Dotters walk the empty streets of America on summer evenings, passing the tuburcular-blue glow shining from every window, we wonder "Where the hell IS everybody?" We started White Dot because we were worried about what TV is doing to our culture. It has replaced our friends, parents, neighbors. We know the people on "Cheers" but we don't know the name of the family next door. What could TV possibly be giving us that is worth what it's taking away?Jean Lotus from the International Campaign Against Television
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