Sunday, May 07, 2006

This week's column:
Something's off when the TV's not on

In case you somehow missed it, last week was "TV Turnoff Week." This is the week when families all across America turn off their TVs and sit around their kitchen tables staring at each other like frightened bullfrogs.

That's because as we all know, TV is the glue that holds families -- nay, societies -- together. For instance, without TV, nobody would have any idea who Barney Fife is. What kind of world would that be?

For the rest of this week's AT LARGE by Peter Chianca, click here.

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