When the “newspaper” cancels the “news”

A few weeks ago, the San Francisco Chronicle informed its paying readers — of which I am one to the tune of $1,011 a year — that it’s printed Sports section couldn’t report results of some games because of new, earlier deadlines.

The editors promised us the latest news online.

OK, I get it. Print is dying. Only we geezers read it. I’m flexible. After all, I was building

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