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It used to be people discussed ideas and shared information over the back fence, over a beer at the corner tavern, or over a cup of coffee after church.Now, we text our I-love-you's and Facebook our birthday wishes. The Internet, for as much as it has brought us together, has also worked to destroy the integrity of honest communication. This is the paradox in which The Monroe Times finds itself.