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Cursive to become extinct?

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When it came to cursive writing, practice never made perfect for me. No matter how many penmanship workbooks my teachers put before me, or how many times I had to look at the charts with the dotted lines and arrows showing how the letter should be formed, I didn’t get it.

I never could get all the little fancy loops and swirls neatly on the page. I still can’t. Maybe subconsciously I always knew I was going to be a reporter, where sloppy handwriting can be an asset. Wandering eyes can’t copy your notes. Or maybe I inherited the bad cursive gene from my father.

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