Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist

Going Clear

I haven't looked at a newspaper once since we came away.

Alright, that isn't quite true- I read a couple of articles about Notre Dame, but that was a story that was all over the Net and I clicked onto the newspaper pieces for further information.

I intend to keep up a similar regime once we get home.

The Telegraph may be hard to avoid because we have it delivered to the house and I don't intend to stop doing the crossword- but I've broken the habit of clicking first thing on the Guardian site and then on the Mail site- and can't see a reason for taking it up again.

Reading newspapers is a bad habit- like smoking. You're ingesting a distorted view of the world and it doesn't make you happy.

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