On a lighter note, when I was a child we listened to our programs on the radio. We used our imaginations while listening to "The Shadow," "The Lone Ranger" or "Dick Tracy" and we could see them in our minds.

Then technology gave us TV and movies so clear we could see their freckles. Then our video providers learned that they could film TV and movies in the dark, so now we have come full circle.

Our movies are so dark that we're back to imagining what is on the screen. You have to love progress.

C. Allen Townsend

Texas City


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