Internet Movies and the Economy
This is the year two thousand nine. It seems as though there is a tug of war going on between past and present here in the United States of America and other countries around the world. The United States economic status is definitely not where it was ten years ago, and from what we are experiencing now, it is continuing to decline, and it is not looking like it is going to get better anytime soon, or in the near future. There are many contributing factors. For example mismanagement of funds by corporate America, meaning the government has not been budgeting funds as they should to help the economy rise. But there is one small but very contributing factor that concerns all citizens, and this is the viewing and downloading of movies on the internet.
In years past it was common for families and sweethearts to go out every now and then to dinner at their favorite restaurant and then to watch a movie at the local movie theatre or drive in but not anymore. Sadly that is slowly becoming a thing of the past. Since the computer age has changed and progressed so rapidly, we all now have other options. There are so many things we are able to do now that we could not do before, either because we did not have the resources, or the knowledge to use the resources available. Internet movies have become a small but very vital part of our crumbling economy here in the United States of America, and other computer accessible parts of the world. Where America used to go out for a night on the town such as dinner and a movie, we now resort to staying in to eat, and have the option of downloading anything we choose at a very minimal price, and even sometimes for free. The site http://www.watch-movies-links.net/ for example has movies that are still in the theatre for free. The quality may not be the greatest, but the point is they are free.
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