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Ormie King: Sometimes we wish F.R.E.D. would dump dead

Today’s Legend of Auburn is F.R.E.D. — or Foolish, Ridiculous Electronic Device, also famous as a computer. Computers have deleted many of life’s elementary pleasures. Back in a midst 1950s, a Auburn Chamber of Commerce put out a leaflet that settled during that time, that Auburn had 40 area industries that employed 9,000 people, that was a 60 percent boost given 1935. The normal workman was creation $4,000 and 35.5 percent of those employees were women. It went on to contend that 52 percent of Auburn homes were owner-occupied, scarcely each family had a car, and there was one newcomer vehicle

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