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Fans even seem to be tuning out (a bit) as last Sunday’s game against San Francisco scored a 25.2 rating in Dallas.
Shaffer’s more concerned that the debate over Obamacare has caused consumers to tune out and ignore the law’s requirements.
Bryce Harper has learned to tune out the madness surrounding him on a daily basis.
Trying to counter a lie with a fact is like trying to get a catchy tune out of your head by reading out loud from the dictionary.
In surveys far predating last week’s explosion of protests, viewers have cited player protests as just one among a variety of reasons for tuning out, with concussions, domestic abuse scandals, and weak games almost as important as of last year.
What's your plan for tuning out distractions the week before the race?
Super Cruise won’t let the driver completely tune out.
Hey, America, there’s never been a better time to tune out reality by tuning into — and collapsing into the comfort of — your multiple TV screens.
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