Are we really here to amuse ourselves? If the answer is no, then in just how much amusement are we to engage? It is attempting to answer the second question that leads us to legalism. If we answer the first, and the answer is no, then why do we engage in amusement at all? If we determine that we, in fact, are not here to amuse ourselves, then we needn’t draw lines; we will just have no interest in entertainment. We don’t need to decide that we can only watch 2 hours of television per day or per week – statements like that are arbitrary and nonsensical. We simply will not desire to merely be amused.
If your answer to the question is “yes,” then I don’t want to talk to you.