Thats pretty skinny.
Maybe compared to the people around you, but it's actually smack bang in the middle of a "normal healthy BMI" according to NIH.
I submit that anybody who watches more than five hours of television a day is suffering from depression or some other condition that would lead to doing such a thing.
Are you sure you got cause and effect around the right way? Daytime television is particularly mind numbing.
The US government holds that Bitcoin is property not legal tender.
Legal tender has a very specific and limited meaning relating to payment of debts - if you owe a debt, then an offer of legal tender to settle it cannot be refused. Not being legal tender is not a barrier to something being used in commerce, even by the government. If both parties agree, they can use whatever payment system they want (as long as the IRS is kept happy by declaring a US$ equivalent where required).
"Go to bed NOW or you don't get to go to your friend's house tomorrow" is very obviously exclusive to an adult -- but to a kid, they figure they' ve got options.
I'd say the opposite. The kid is thinking if I go to my bed now, I am definitely going to my friends house, and I can get straight out of bed again, because once I've fulfilled the request the outcome is decided and the threat of not going to my friend's house cannot be pulled out again for another situation. It's the adult that figures the options they are giving are not exclusive, and may very well decide the child is not going to their friend's house even though they went to bed NOW as requested.