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Trust is becoming as rare as floppy disks these days.
Both are relics for a future museum. I envision the working title: “Things Americans Once Used and Threw Away.”
Other exhibits will showcase print volumes of the dictionary, instructions for dinner etiquette and glass milk bottles.
Trust in anything — churches, media, banks, government, school districts — is becoming harder for people to commit to.
As a self-declared commitment phobe, it’s not surprising that I find it more difficult to believe in trust as an adult.
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