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Daily Scoop for Week of October 20th

Today is Wednesday October 22nd  --If you thought the month of September felt a little warmer than usual where you live, it's because it was. Actually, it was a little warmer than usual everywhere on the planet. Random question for a Wednesday. Is it cool for a friend to date your e [ ... ]

Gianna, Isaac, Ricky and Ryan




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Country Music News

Obsolete Technologies Americans Still Use

Hard as it may be to believe, there are still tons of people in this country and all over the world using things you have given up years ago.  Check out this list. This is just in America! 

Dial-Up Internet – A recent survey found that four percent of American adults still use a modem to get online.
     
Pagers – Americans bought about $7 million worth of new pagers last year.
     
Pay Phones – The U.S. still has 305,000 working pay phones –  50 million calls in 2012.
     
VHS and Cassette Tapes – Amazing, but true … 13 million blank cassettes and VHS tapes were sold last year. 
     
Film – Remember the good old days when you needed something called “film” to actually take a picture? Still selling tons of it! 

(LiveScience.com)

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