The Washington Post interviews Scott Macaulay, who has been making dinner for all who ask since 1985.
There is so much loneliness in our modern society. I fear it is only going to get worse as interpersonal skills erode as we become addicted to our electronic world, and work harder and harder to achieve some sort of success?
This guy sounds like a real oner--and a rare person, at that.
The electronic world makes it much easier for us to stay in contact with one another, even locally, and maintain long distance relationships with others.
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