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By Scott Reeder | Illinois News Service
SPRRINGFIELD — The Internal Revenue Service is dragging its feet releasing data on migration of people — and their income — between states.
In the past, it has taken one to two years for the IRS to prepare and release migration information, but now it will take three years, said [...]
I bought a “new” phone the other day.
My 6-year-old, Anna, gave it a perplexed look.
“Where’s the buttons, Daddy?”
“There isn’t any, dear. It’s what’s called a rotary phone.”
She gave it another skeptical look and walked away.
Yes, when I dial, I actually dial.
An hour or so later when my wife got home from work she, too, gave it a bewildered look and said, “Why did you install that old thing? It doesn’t even have Caller ID. How will we know whether to answer the phone or not?”
Folks, it’s not about nostalgia.Read More →