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By Sheldon S. Wolin
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We’ve all witnessed or been party to it—someone walking into a wall or another person because he or she was too distracted by a phone to pay attention to the surroundings. The Japanese have even coined a term for it: Aruki Sumaho.
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Posted on Aug 26, 2016
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