Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Old Man

‘I Don’t Want All This Extra Stuff’

“Travis Morgan says he still likes reading a printed newspaper and watching news on television — and using a search engine to dig more deeply if he wants to know more. ‘This may make me sound like an old man,’ Morgan, a 33-year-old pilot from Grants Pass, Oregon, says, laughing. ‘I just want the story. I don’t want opinion. I don’t want all this extra stuff.’”

—Martha Irvine, Survey: Young adults do consume news — in their own way,” The Associated Press, March 16, 2015

Editorial Comment: A little young for a dinosaur, no?

PeezPix by Ted Pease

Dog Cave

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