By John Christie
Everything's a number these days. We live in a cashless society, which almost brings us back to caveman days. THEIR currency was clams. OURS is numbers. This radio station receives numbers from its advertisers. Enough numbers, we hope, that those of us who work here will be given certain numbers to go out and buy stuff. No cash changes hands...its all...numerals. Most of us will say we don't have enough numbers in the bank. And we will grumble that the top one percent have far too many numbers, and the rest of us too few. Unions will take their members off a certain job, until they get more numbers each. We operate our daily lives on numbers too. We need to be someplace at something-o-clock sharp. We work a certain number of numbers each day. We need certain numbers of sleep time. Most of us are so busy that we are sure there are not enough numbers in each day. Which brings us to the day on which you are hearing this. When the numbers in a time unit called a year...add up to 364. One more triple digit, and we start over, with a whole new set of numbers. All the best in the coming days. Make the most of them..for all of us, our days are numbered.