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FUTURE HAND-ME-DOWNS

phones and crapped-out hard drives retire to your junk drawer only a few years after emerging from their shrink wrap., which values well-worn imperfection over what’s shiny and new. They’ll only work better as you drag them along the rough road of life.

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