A friend got back from London recently and was amazed at how the art of conversation still lives in the pubs and restaurants there. It didn't matter that she was a stranger; wherever she went the locals engaged her in conversation and regaled her with stories. There might have been a television in some of these places, but she doesn't remember. I bring this up because I'm tired of seeing a television, sometimes two or three televisions, on in the bars and lounge areas of nicer restaurants. ...
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