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April 23, 2009


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Thanks Drew for the paper gift :) Now I'll have a good hearty Daily Mail read for the afternoon. I've become so addicted to consuming news on my phone or my laptop that it really was refreshing to actually have a newspaper in my hand. Might have to carry the habit over the US... Thanks again and can't wait to see you in California!

For me it was just down to the transport. If I'm driving a car to work in the States, I'm not reading a paper. And most people in the States (New York City excluded, obvs) drives a car to work.

It's not a foreign concept, it's just not convenient.

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