Instead of exchanging bodily fluids with another human being in a brief and uncontrolled moment of ecstasy, the new puritans spend most of the day silently tapping on keyboards.
Sex seems to be mental, rather than a physical, activity and modern technology has turned out to be a very effective form of birth control.
On Tuesday, the now-grown twins, along with parents Jim and Diane, stopped by TODAY to talk about how they inadvertently "gamed" the audition process, and what it was like to meet Keaton years later.
Technology has proved liberating in many ways but it has also turned out to have a disturbing effect on our senses.
We might be able to visit anywhere via the web and make friends online, but the downside is that many young people lack the ability to work in teams, and have underdeveloped social skills.
"So then she looks to sign it, and she looks at us and she looks at the picture and she was like, 'No!
' And we were just smiling, and she kind of put it together.
"In the beginning, (the film crew) thought that they could just have a baby happy on demand, and they found out really quickly that they had to work around (the babies') schedule and they were very, very good about that," said mom Diane.
Sign up for top Entertainment news direct to your inbox Many years after the movie's release, the twins — now teachers — reunited with Keaton.
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