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Our old beloved newspaper transitions to a new compact, easy to hold format. Not the news I wanted to see.
I awaited the New Press with eager eyes,
They looked, downcast, at its meagre size,
I’d heard there’d be much content within;
That argument is most evidently paper thin. 40 more words
Time moves on, we move from place to place, lose track of people who matter. Always, you think 'we'll meet up again, in time.' Then, one day, up on the screen pops a casual post, and off we go, into the blue... No humour today.
My old school pal Robin has gone, God knows where,
He’s been gone ever so long, and I never knew,
The longer I live, the less this life seems fair, 13 more words
The Great Alone
Miriam R. Kramer
In March 2018 the New York Times ran a much-discussed article called “The Man Who Knew Too Little” about Erik Hagerman, an Ohio man who decided to avoid learning anything that happened in American culture after the November 8, 2016 election. 515 more words