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Saturday, 23 September, 2006

The average American home now has more television sets than people.

That threshold was crossed within the past two years, according to Nielsen Media Research. There are 2.73 TV sets in the typical home and 2.55 people, the researchers said.

Can that possibly be right? That is, the 2.55 part? With all of the three and four person homes in suburbia, so much so that one presumes it’s the dominant form …

I guess I’m not alone in being alone.


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