Confessions of a paperboy…

When I was just a young lad, I had a paper route. I would deliver the local newspaper to two streets in my neighborhood. Every day, I would get home from school to roll up the papers with a rubber band and pack them in my two-sided shoulder bag. The good news of the world never rests a day, so I had a seven-day-a-week operation going.

I will say that this is the simplest job I’ve ever had. However, like all jobs…

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