Do you read a daily newspaper? If so, do you prefer the news or the feature section?
I read the news, but not on a daily basis because we do not have a subscription. Whenever I visit my parents, I read the headlines. If anything looks interesting, I will read the whole article. If not I will move on until I find an article that looks interesting enough for me to read. I do, however, like reading the comics section and like doing the word and number puzzles in the newspaper though.
I used to read a daily newpapers but now with all the news being almost instantly on the internet (and myself being a regular user of it) on some many different sites I rarely do.
The only paper I read frequently is the local newspaper as this is still the only source to get most of the local information from.
In Newspaper, when I open it, my eys will first go to the sports page and then only to main news.
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