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Monday, January 16, 2021

If it’s coming from an “Italian sexologist”, then it must be true: A study suggests that couples who have a TV in their bedrooms manage to get it on only half as much as those who go without a set.

If you ever questioned how powerful a pull television has on the psyche, the ability to override the ideal sexual climate should settle the issue. Granted, the target group was Italians, but I’d bet comparable results would be found throughout the industrialized world, including the U.S.

Imagine preferring the boob tube over actual boobs…

- Costa Tsiokos, Mon 01/16/2006 08:17:51 PM
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  1. MY LETTERMAN WAVELENGTH

    I think I must be attuned to David Letterman’s comedic sensibilities.
    Or, at least, to his writing staff’s. How else to explain why last night’s “Late Show” referenced subjects that I also blogged about in recent days:

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