Jon Gale donjuanica at
Wed Aug 22 11:14:42 MDT 2007

On 8/22/07, Jonathan Ellis <jonathan at> wrote:
> Internet access similarly crossed the line from "luxury" to
> "necessity" some time ago.

Give me a break!

Guess what, the US Postal Service still delivers mail the old fashioned
way.  Banks have live (gasp!) humans working in brick and mortar buildings
available to help you transact financial business.  Your phone book has the
names and numbers of any person or business you need to reach locally.  You
can buy porn in downtown Salt Lake (or you can drive to Evanston if you need
the hard stuff) and you can actually shop (in person) at a local retailer!

Internet access is a necessity?  Hardly.


What's this?  Another BLOG?

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