Back up in Marshall, my hometown, they've gone and gotten fancified and new. It's nothing new for historian Ben Z. Grant to pen an article (this time on the importance of the ox compared to the mule, recently vaunted in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly by Arnold Watson.) Ben writes a good read. But what I noticed was that beside the article was an AUDIO BUTTON. I thought it may be an advertisement (due to its position) but lo and behold, there was gentle whizzing and clanking and a mechanical voice began voicing Ben's article to me right then and there. And it was much better than previous mechanical readers. Better intonation, selective emphasis, more normal pacing - in short, fairly tolerable. It moved along faster than an ox and very little snorting.
The "Click 2 Listen" button took me to the active site which was
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What'll those Mavericks do next?