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Why my father shuns social media

My father is behind the curve on social media, but I think he is onto something.
You see, my father was born in 1933. He was a paperboy in the days when paperboys stood on city corners and shouted “Extra!”
In his home, the newspaper still is king. He has two delivered daily. He reads every inch of both. He does the crossword puzzles in both, too - with a pencil.
(Note to people under 30: A pencil is a small, yellow stick that leaves a mark when its tip is pressed against paper.)
My father knows that people can do ...


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