Good Morning, Delaware County!
Read an interesting story yesterday about the future. You can READ IT HERE If you have a chance, let me know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about the death of the newspaper business. Much like other things, it's time to evolve, not die. We need to fully embrace the 'new media.' If that means changing the way we do things, so be it. We no longer have the luxury of waiting 10 hours to break a story. If it's not on our Web site within 10 minutes, we've lost something.
Maybe the best way to teach an old dog new tricks is to use a taser. Hey, it worked Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood.
Anyway, you never really notice how going to school is able to keep children a little bit calmer until the summer hits.
For the past nine months, with school in full force, there wasn't a whole lot of energy in three young ones I know by dinnertime.
Getting up early, getting the school, doing the work, doing the homework, eating. It all zapped them. Sure, there were a few moments, but ...
Now, there is no school and the energy level, if harvested, would solve any energy problem this country is facing.
I actually watched as the three ran around the living room for 30 minutes straight without stopping. They only stopped when Dad got dizzy from watching.
Maybe this will work:
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