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I agree about people staring into their phones wherever they are; it's epidemic to the point where people don't know how to have a conversation anymore. You see families in restaurants, etc., all of them staring into their phones. It's awful, and good for you for stopping it, many marriages suffer because of it.
I don't know what's going on in Alan Graysons personal life, but I always feel sorry for the children who are exposed to the breakdown of marriages. I like Alan Graysons politics and he makes a lot of sense to me. I repeat; divorce brings out the worst in most people, he wasn't charged with anything so who knows. It often happens that women provoke these situations to win favor in court proceedings which makes unfair to true victims of actual abuse. If it was found that he was actually a wife beater; I'd be the first to defend her. No excuse for abuse; just get divorced and move on.