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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
7/11/2019 4:49:05 PM
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There is nothing wrong with being "old school"--the need to retain a sense of humanity is at the heart of all I have underscored throughout my deliberations over the last number of years. 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
7/9/2019 10:06:40 PM
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@batye There could be some truth to that. A typewritten letter or anything manually typewritten doesn't get stored in a database, but neither does a handwritten one. Unless someone decides to take a picture of it and save it.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
7/9/2019 10:05:01 PM
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@batye Your wife actually sends typewritten letters to friends? Wow, that's impressive.

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batye
batye
7/1/2019 5:46:12 PM
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@srufolo1 in my hom wife prefer to use old typewriter even to send letters to her friends... we are old school... 

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batye
batye
7/1/2019 5:42:49 PM
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@michelle strangely one of my bosses from security field use to say in the age of digitial communication the most secure way is typewritten letter... 

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batye
batye
7/1/2019 5:09:11 PM
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@srufolo1  few days ago in the home decor store I did see new rotary - modern version of the old phone in bright pink color - go figure retro in style again...

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srufolo1
srufolo1
7/1/2019 12:33:02 PM
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@Michelle We had an old gray Royal typewriter in our storage room for years. I'll always remember the clicking of the keys as my mother typed our school reports in the middle of the night on that typewriter.

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michelle
michelle
6/30/2019 11:55:48 PM
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My my my, has the great migration back to days of ol' already begun? I missed it? Typewriters for all.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
6/30/2019 10:15:13 PM
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@ms akkineni You can't exactly use apps on it, but a rotary phone will still serve the basic purpose of outgoing and incoming phone calls. I think they're pretty cool-looking too.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/30/2019 4:32:23 PM
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That is really cool. I am a strong believer for retrofit quality and backward compatability. Unless there is a total revamp of  product and no way to make old things work with new changes oldies shouldn't be made obsolete.

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