One day, we will all be able to tell our grandkids about the concept of the daily "newspaper" that was actually made of paper and was actually delivered to our home, and that it actually had something called "reporters" that actually reported on the "news" long before we were just told what to think by a multimedia device that hasn't even been invented yet ...
Won't be long until we are having to pay to look at anything on a newspaper's website!
good. I'm tired of paying for yesterday's news.
newspapers are fast becoming a thing of the past
I can remember the twice-a-day newspaper. Looks like we're about to go the none-a-day newspaper.
Buggy-makers also had to find another line of business . . .
Hopefully, that fat ass Bud Kennedy and that racist Joe Bob Sanders will be fired.
The times, they are a changing
Old newspapers are sure handy to have, at times. I guess I'll just wrap my pipes with old computer parts now, and put broken flat screen monitors in my bird cage.
web news is a little harder to read and enjoy while sitting in the bathroom. and certainly a monitor is not near as handy as a newspaper when the other kind of paper is gone.
What the hell am I going to light my fireplace with if they give up on newspaper!! I depend on it!!
If what the players are saying about the new baseball coach @ Alvoid, things may get even tougher a little closer to home.
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