975. Write someone a letter

No, I don’t mean an e-mail with all those acronyms and abbreviations that only the world’s leading linguistics scientists can decipher.

I mean a real letter, like the ones people used to write before this new-fangled cyborg technology called the “internet”. When all you usually get in the mailbox are junk catalogs and “final final final notices” to pay your medical bills from two and a half years ago, it’s nice to receive a genuine hand-written letter from a friend.

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