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I'd say that's something you can chalk up to common sense, really. I would even go to say that it is a form of social phobia. Yes, things need to be backed by proof but ya know some things are just common sense that you don't need "proof" that it is. Its lack of common sense in general that is, (in my opinion) a big part in what's wrong with this country, not just ppl being glued to there screen. There's so much garbage research Out there that you can find what ever backing or proof some where to through in some ones face. Life Experience that gives ppl alot of common sense is just fadding away.
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