I found this article on Yahoo about becoming a millionaire just by giving up tv and video games by age 25. Instead you are to take the money you would have spent and invest it, which is how you become a millionaire.
It is an interesting thought, but do people really spend than much each month on tv related expenses? $100 a month for cable? That's a bit much I think. And who spends $20 each month on pay per view?
And who has enough time in the month to squeeze all this activity in that results in the money spending? Watching pay per view and rentals and playing video games? Sounds more like a 15 year old than a 25 year old.