Dayton printing company president talks hard copy vs. E-books
Printing is a different kind of business these days, but not in the kinds of ways you would expect, says Jeffrey Relick.
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#1 Aug 21, 2014
Texting and tweeting is not really writing and reading, which stretches young dumb attention spans and strains their brains and gives them pains, being better for them than studying and spreading stupid shit that they ought to quit. Real reading of books, newspapers and magazines helps them to learn the English language with proper or adequate punctuation that educates and benefits these readers and thus benefits the nation; more so than even more poor dumb dependent illiterate bastard breeders and bottom feeders and illegal-alien-immigrant invaders. No batteries or Internet access required. Real writing and reading can get you hired. And you can one day retire, even after being laid off and or fired. Oh, by the way, nobody outside and offline knows or cares remembers or gives a shit what you posted yesterday or today; I am likewise hinting that it is probably not worth printing.
#2 Aug 22, 2014
Nobody here reads your rotting jottings,except for one hag that makes us gag!
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