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Interesting post. Actually, our family rarely all watched TV--or huddled about the radio--together as I was growing up. OK, us kids watched our after school shows like Gilligan and Star Trek reruns together, but parents weren't part of that world. However, I do have tons of memories of all the family sitting in the living room, e.g., on a Sunday afternoon, each person reading something different of their choice--news, novels, magazines, etc. Now and then someone would be moved to share something funny or interesting they came across with the rest. Not so different from each person being absorbed with looking at their own gadget; just a different delivery mechanism. And those are good memories of family togetherness.

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