The Decline of Newpapers and Pressing Plants

An unintended consequence of the decline of the newspaper business (our local newspaper is getting really thin now) is the loss of newsprint to press plants. Maybe we should press them between iPads! Any other suggestions? (an iPress?) – Steve Young

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One Comment on “The Decline of Newpapers and Pressing Plants”

  1. Ellen Says:

    This made me chuckle. Here are some other losses due to newspaper declines: starting material for the woodstove and campfires; packing material (like, when one has to move and wrap up all those valuable plates, bowls, glassware and dust-collectors); weed barriers for gardens (this ties in with the fact that more papers are using colored inks, which are not good for the garden); bedding material for small mammals.


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