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My father was an English and music teacher who considered television to be a disastrous curse on humanity. We were the last family in the community to have one in the 1950's. I had to sneak out to my friend John's home to watch Sagebrush Trail. Father finally acquiesced but insisted that we only watch the Hallmark specials and Toronto Maple Leaf hockey games.
In the early 1960's John F. Kennedy was the first president to regularly use television for communication with our fellow citizens. Yet he also spoke out about the potential misuse of this new medium. My father felt vindicated.
The internet was established in the 1970's with essentially no mechanisms to

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When: Wednesday, July 26, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

What: The Canadian Coaster Car Club will stop by the Owen Sound Campus with their...

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