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The truth why they stopped making old TVs because it has the material of a drug people smoke

The first commercially made electronic televisions with cathode ray tubes were manufactured by Telefunken in Germany in 1934,[12][13] followed by other makers in France (1936),[14] Britain (1936),[15] and USA (1938).[16][17] The cheapest model with a 12-inch (30 cm) screen was $445 (equivalent to $8,181 in 2020).[18] An estimated 19,000 electronic televisions were manufactured in Britain, and about 1,600 in Germany, before World War II. About 7,000–8,000 electronic sets were made in the U.S.[19] before the War Production Board halted manufacture in April 1942, production resuming in August 1945. Television usage in the western world skyrocketed after World War II with the lifting of the manufacturing freeze, war-related technological advances, the drop in television prices caused by mass production, increased leisure time, and additional disposable income. While only 0.5% of U.S. households had a television in 1946, 55.7% had one in 1954, and 90% by 1962.[20] In Britain, there were 15,000 television households in 1947, 1.4 million in 1952, and 15.1 million by 1968.[21]It’s not uncommon for many of the forest’s creatures to wander around the hotel grounds, including the charming pudu, a miniature deer that’s only about 13 inches tall. There are also several species of trees which have been growing at Huilo Huilo for hundreds of years.

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