What is entertainment, anyway? That is, if we get to feel feelings without taking risks, do we start to lose our ability to risk emotion in the “real world”? With the advent of the Internet, cultural importance is becoming a more democratically bestowed... Did one make you more aggressive? But I don't want to shove the partial answers I've come to down your throat-that's no fun for anybody. When you are entertained, what are you feeling? If I can identify with a character on TV-on a soap opera, for instance-then I get to feel all the feelings that character feels, without having to do the actions that result in those feelings.
With close proximity to I-8 and 1-10, Attesa is located less than six miles southwest of downtown Casa Grande, within an hour of major airports in Phoenix and Tucson. This project represents an amazing opportunity for the city, county and state. Its so much more than a race track. Its a diversified project, said Richard Wilkie, Casa Grande economic development manager. It will make the area a destination for recreation, industry and high-paying jobs. Attesa is a catalyst for development in the corridor. A private club and residential community will draw the affluent to Pinal County throughout the year. The resort and conference center will further inject tourism dollars into the local economy. Attesa is being developed with sustainable and advanced technologies including smart and energy efficient features throughout.
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Is there such a thing as “only entertainment”? For a cheater enthusiast, there is nothing better than spending a good chunk of your day off watching the newest Broadway show. With the advent of the Internet, cultural importance is becoming a more democratically bestowed... Who needs entertainment? That is, if we get to feel feelings without taking risks, do we start to lose our ability to risk emotion in the “real world”? Even if you know it when you see it, does it bother you if you can't come up with a good definition of what it actually is? When you are entertained, what are you feeling? Broadway may not be churning hit after hit like Hollywood does, but for these long-time players, their stage outings have been one smooth ride. I've come to the conclusion that entertainment is-while maybe necessary for emotional and psychological health-definitely a dangerous substance. What for?