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Don't supersize me

Or: Why one discerning viewer refuses to part with his small but beloved television

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / July 23, 2006

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My editor recently queried me about my TV set. Because I'm the Globe's TV critic, I think he expected to hear a lot of home-theater geek-talk involving 50-something inches of plasma, a pounding, hyperreal surround of sound, and cup holders on a sleek row of viewing chairs. And now that Panasonic has loosed a 103-inch flat screen upon the world ... (Full article: 1115 words)

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