Now what?

When some of my older friends (that are over 70) chat at the coffee shop and think back about the big changes that we have had the pleasure to witness in our lifetime, there are some very big changes.
We can remember when most farmers worked with and drove horses both in the fields and to go to town.
My grandpa often mentioned that when the first automobiles passed our farm all the passengers had to get out and . . .

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