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I am 95 years old. I've done a lot of reading. I need a magnifying glass to read now, but I could not put down the 06-30-10 Independent. "Something from nothing" by David Fellerath (Front Porch) had exactly the right ending. "Beach bummer" by Lisa Sorg (cover story) was so informative I'll share it with my son and my friends. When I had dinner, I was very careful not to get soup on the back page.

Estelle Mason
Louisburg, N.C.

Editor's Note: Estelle Mason wrote a lovely Front Porch for the Indy in 2007: "A few setbacks? No matter."

  • "I need a magnifying glass to read now, but I could not put down the 06-30-10 Independent."

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