Joe “J.C.” Ganote celebrated Father’s Day with his son and grandchildren at his home in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. But if the younger Ganotes hadn’t made the cross-country trip from San Diego, you can bet that grandpa would have logged on to Skype to watch them on the 106-inch screen in his basement.
“We can see them walking around. They ham it up, boy! They know they are on camera,” J.C. Ganote said about the 11-month-old twins, Michela and Caleb.
Across town, Terry Maskil of Shawnee, Kansas, often settles into one of the plush reclining chairs next to his sons Adam, 13, and Nicholas, 6, to watch a movie in their basement home theater, which features a 120-inch screen.
These days, home theaters are the family rooms, and money can buy you all the amenities, including surround sound, subwoofers and popcorn makers.
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