Three Line Tales 274

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three line tales, week 274: a stack of newspapers

Welcome to Week 274 of Three Line Tales.photo by Mr Cup via Unsplash

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Newsprint is going out of fashion as few people bother with it anymore.

The stack of fresh newspapers are left waiting for a customer by the curbside

I bought a stack for using in my packaging, I got a very cheap deal!

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18 thoughts on “Three Line Tales 274

    1. I liked doing crosswords and reading the comic strips. But nowadays, the newspaper is just so full of negative news that I just stay away. Though my husband has to have his daily paper.

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  1. And to think I lugged heavy bags full of folded papers on my route for years. I don’t think kids now days aspire to be a paperboy for extra pocket money? Cell phones helped kill that job.

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  2. That is the truth, yet I am a holdout, Sadje. 🤣 I still get a local paper every day and pick up a NY Times on the weekend sometimes. Like books, at least for today, I like to hold the paper and read it when I have time. Fun post, my friend.

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  3. I see newspapers when I go to certain restaurants. As far as I know no one is selling them like you purchased them. I don’t miss them but I should. I spend a ton of time reading blogs, but none of them are focused on local events.

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    1. I didn’t see many people reading newspaper in Seattle. Over here it’s still a thing with our generation, the ones younger to us have shifted to digital media.

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      1. I never was good at taking the time to read newspapers. This is silly, but they were so awkward to hold and fold, and I always got blank ink all over me – hands, clothes. So I prefer digital.

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