In the 1970's for a young boy delivering the New York Daily News to the suburbs, it was the best of times (and the worst of times). Good customers - he soon learned - had to be trained and cultivated, like a good garden. Subscribers may have been dropping like flies, but the ones who remained were the very best. Benefiting from the termination of 2 other paperboys, he acquired 3 giant routes. A total of 336 Sunday customers and 182 daily's. It wasn't too long before he found himself in water way over his head! Won't you join us in the thrilling call of yesteryear, when journalists meant something more than partisan hacks and boys and girls roamed the countryside on Schwinn bicycles with their front and side baskets loaded to overflowing with newspapers? Bad news on the doorstep? Hey, we brought it there!