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  1. There are some things old people miss as they age. It seems most of my peers are lamenting the loss of civility. They blame cyber space for much of that. They also gripe about unreasonableness having become the norm. I have been giving this some thought. Initially I disagreed and tried applying some understanding to the world now and why it has become speed over quality in communications. They might just have a point in there somewhere. Have we made the world smaller with these many ways to converse across the globe...but in the process...have we widened the gap in understanding (one another) because of how we communicate? Or any other variation you want to add to the conversation Von