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February 25, 2009

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I too love to read the newspaper every day. I have to wait until I return from work but ususally read it first thing upon walking in the door. Sunday is the best though, with the coffee or tea thing going.
I love the funnies and the advice columns but the funnies have gone so far down hill that it is just about sickening to read them. I do go through the whole paper on Sunday but no longer look at the section on jobs. Nothing left there either.
The thrill is all but gone but I do not find adequate replacement with any other medium.
Janet

I only read a paper if it's in a waiting room any more, but I used to subscribe to both papers in town, and mainly for the funnies (the "Educational Pages" as my Dad used to call them, and in fact he did teach me to read by having me read them with him!) I still recall when I was in grade school having a scrapbook of the poems published in the Sunday Oregonian every week. I even remember one in particular that I've searched for for years, titled "Defense of the City", with various craftsmen urging a wall built of brick or wood or stone, according to their profession, with the last line "say what you will, but nothing's like leather!" (You can tell I'm nearing 60 by the way I wander off on tangents).

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