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26 posts
Apr 15, 2015
7:05 PM
I delivered the DDN as a kid. I live in Austin now and your comments can apply to the Austin paper as well.
181 posts
Apr 17, 2015
7:01 PM
Sometimes, I'm reading an article in the DDN and it just ends in mid-sentence leaving me to make up the rest of the article myself. I was thinking the same thing. Do they even have proof readers anymore? Roz Young would have a fit if she was still alive and writing her column today, and seeing how it would appear in print. She was always the first to point out errors and grammatical mistakes.

Last Edited by Syxpack on Apr 17, 2015 7:11 PM
53 posts
Apr 18, 2015
5:27 PM
I used to get DDN everyday until 5 years ago. Then went to Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed. Then dropped Wed. Then Mon-Tue. Now, I just get it on Sunday for the crossword puzzle and real estate section. It's just barely worth it.
182 posts
Apr 18, 2015
5:47 PM
I just get the digital copy daily. Much cheaper and proves to be just right for me. I'm getting too old to go down to the road to the mail box every morning and this way, I don't have to mess around with recycling them. I do miss all the ads on Sunday though. When I first started with the digital copies, the DDN delivered the ads separately on Wednesday. I don't get them anymore for some reason. That saves me money also. LOL
20 posts
Apr 20, 2015
9:18 AM
I still like to read a paper newspaper. Just old fashioned I guess.
blue J
157 posts
Apr 24, 2015
1:58 PM
Boatman: I do, too...and I think I'm among the youngsters, here, at 42. ;)
157 posts
Apr 27, 2015
7:44 AM
I'm 58 and I worked at the newspaper when I was in high school in the mid 1970s. That was when we had the Journal Herald and the home edition and final editions of the Dayton Daily News. I still like to read a paper newspaper especially on Sunday mornings.

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