coach died

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Coach died, and the notice came in a tribute post from Packy. Packy is both popular online and offline, and I was an early commenter, so news of Coach’s death probably came to Packy casually, and I’ll search for an obituary tonight. I promptly made a digital painting, and a few-sentence tribute liked by Packy and Chuck. Dear kind readers: I have enough readers to estimate the scales are tipped toward readers who do not know any of these three: Coach, Packy, or Chuck, so to those of you who don’t know any of these three people here’s why you might care. Sincerely, Tom Doody. With this text I declare a basic modern tech skill is to search the store for an app. Try multiple apps settling and using one app, or concluding what the user is trying to accomplish can’t be done easily. A lot of people lack basic tech skills. People literate in one language — any language — my age or younger have no reason to lack basic tech skills yet people use their age as an excuse not to know basic tech. This Coach-Packy-Chuck moment on social media is an important emotional event for me. Because of my comfort with tech I harvested a moment saddened by death yet feeling privileged to be coached by coach, which is something aging people should do. Aging people are less likely to know enough about tech to grab these moments, and yet their decreasing mobility, and advancing age makes tech an important alternative to tradition. Like my mother, and her late brother demonstrated: becoming elderly is cool. Becoming elderly with basic tech skills is cooler. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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