Next Generation

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You published your 600th post on this blog!

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10 Responses to “Next Generation”

  1. petspeopleandlife Says:

    Yes, that is about the size of it. All the young kids and lots of adults would rather text than talk. They say it take less energy. I think it is a ridiculous fad.

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  2. gerard oosterman Says:

    Texting is alright if it used English, but…it seems to develop a language of its own. Perhaps that’s how it is. I am old and cranky about the young having it all in front of them. The excitement of youth versus a staid and stale man, nose and ear hair sprouting but not much more. The morning glory in retreat almost gone.

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  3. rod Says:

    Like the images. The incidence of dislocated thumbs shows a sharp increase.

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  4. Silver in the Barn Says:

    Just read an article that problems with necks and spines are developing from the perpetual head down position. Look up, kids!!

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  5. Curt Mekemson Says:

    Hard to blame the kids.🙂 600 blogs, wow! –Curt

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  6. la_lasciata Says:

    How long did it take you to post 600 times, Gerard …? – and where was I ?!

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    • gerard oosterman Says:

      About six years. You were there, but I wasn’t looking. It’s my fault.

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      • la_lasciata Says:

        No, alas – I wasn’t. I didn’t understand about the blogosphere and its addictiveness until about 10 months back (or 2 after I’d started blogging). 😀
        You are a restrained and non-pushy person. Would that the same could be said of moi …

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  7. hilarycustancegreen Says:

    My childhood phone was the same as your dad’s. I thought it was thrilling.

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