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Tim Lake

This reminds me of a recent conversation I had with students about markers of an educated person. I told them that when I was a teenager I learned that an educated person carried three items with them at all times: US Postal Stamps, Library Card, and Voters Registration Card. A few months ago I took the stamps out of my wallet ("thanks" to Email and electronic banking). The other two are still in their place. I'll keep them there for the ancestors.



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