Is it news? Is it new? is it new news? is it new news on new paper?
I know its not really that confusing or worthy of discriminant analogy. But why is the Newspaper still alive? Everything is available on-line with far fewer trees mown down because of it. It doesn't blow around in the wind or take multiple tries to open and fold it to the correct section when reading from your laptop. You don't get ink smudges on your fingers from reading new print. You don't have to wait for the paperboy to throw it at your driveway. You don't have to collect it and put it in the recycle bin. Free and nothing to discard when consuming info via the internet. Why then is the Newspaper still alive?
The question is more perplexing than the content in a Newspaper... discontent, discord, discomfort, despicable, disgusting, deplorable, destitute, dissent, dishevelled, denounced, deported, disfavor, dependent, disfigured, downtrodden, duped, dead, died, denied, delirious, desperate, disparate, ding dong, diluted, discombobulated, disintegrate, deep-kaka, "dude--what is up?"
Just an Idle observation this morning!
Causes Ron McElroy Supports
Surfrider Foundation, LA Mission, World Vision,Green peace, UCSB.