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I think that's the sad point. You mentioned if you find something/someone interesting or meaningful, nothing can pull your attention away. When this video showed the woman at a gathering with friends, one on one with friends, etc, people had their eyes/head down in their phones. I don't think people give anyone a chance to be interesting or meaningful, we're so worried we'll miss something. What are we missing though? Recently I saw a family of 4 walk into a restaurant. Both kids and the dad were on their phones at the table as they walked in and sat down. Only the mom picked up the menu. I was thinking they couldn't even break their connection to read the menu? It was an odd scene. (I hope no one says that's just like people eating in front of the TV---in that case, there is a focal point there, you know you're goign to focus on the show. But around a dinner table? You're not going to interact? Why bother going to the table at all in that case?) Rhetorical questions...

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