I took delivery of a new TV today. It's 75 inches, so it's not bigger than me, which I found important for some reason.
I remember 2011, when I set up a new 55 inch TV, and how I marveled at how big the heads of people in my living room were. How quickly did my brain adjust to that screen. Days? Hours?
Is that metal adaptability some benefit of evolution? Or a subconscious signal implanted by the manufacturers of televisions? How long until 75 inches seems small, and the next television stretches longer than I do?
Actually, maybe I'll last another cycle. I've never measured myself diagonally.
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