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still in the house (or the time) I lived in when I first read it.
it early evening, and arriving home to discover that friends of my parents
however brief an instant, through the images on the page and even
the smell that emanates from the paper - re-creating long-vanished
moments from another era which we can experience again and
again whenever the fancy takes us.
Somehow I doubt that perusing comics on the internet or an
iPad is an experience that'll lend itself to the same kind of nostalgic
and sentimental wallowing in which an actual published paper periodi-
cal allows readers to indulge. And to think they call it 'progress'. I
know what I call it, and I very much doubt I'm the only one.