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Automotive rear seat entertainment system - Your mobile living room

5/4/2010 03:00 PM EDT
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re: Automotive rear seat entertainment system - Your mobile living room
kdboyce   7/5/2010 5:39:22 PM
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While I know rear seat entertainment is basically an un-stoppable trend, I think there is something lost. The car becomes a substitute for home, except for the driver and possibly the front seat passenger. Instead of the "Are we there yet, Daddy?" questions, you may get the complaint "But the movie isn't over yet, Daddy!" or "Wait! A Tweet is coming in now!" when you arrive. Whatever happened to using trips as a way to see the world beyond your home and encouraging your children to do the same? And I will admit that along the way, I and my siblings counted Burma-Shave signs way back when. :)

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