They zone out in front of the television because they're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.
They zone out in front of the television because they 're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.
It provides its enthusiasts with plenty of time to zone out in a peacefully meditative state, while at the same time challenging them to hook and haul dinner for the evening.
While setting up a treadmill in front of a television may be tempting, it's all-too-easy to zone out when watching TV and exercising.
When a sight zone-out occurs and Ellison is almost pasted by a garbage truck, he realizes that Sandburg is right that he needs someone to watch his back and bring him out of zone-outs.
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