Tomkey Vs. To Sedaris Analysis

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From Sedaris’s point of view, anyone who doesn’t own a television is not normal. He also believes that not being exposed to a TV puts the Tomkey’s into an environment where they 're forced to socialize with each other. To Sedaris, this is not normal, as his family sits around the television all night, not saying a word to each other. But in other families, talking to each other is considered perfectly normal. Sedaris also thinks that since the Tomkey’s don’t have a TV, this makes them ignorant and stupid. He also believes that this makes them different from the popular crowd, or different from everyone else, and because of this, he feels the need to protect them. Honestly, i feel that i can relate more to the Tomkey’s than to Sedaris as my
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