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My wife and I were out for a drive recently and saw two boys pedaling their bicycles down the street. “That’s something you don’t see too often,” she said. “Kids riding bicycles. Usually, it’s adults.”

I have several theories about why life today isn’t as magical as it was when I was a kid, including the absence of front porches and the

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