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Olin Dalaba, 72, who has been a barber in McLouth for almost half a century, chats recently with customer Melvin Bundy, of rural Tonganoxie. The barbershop has long been a venue in the community where people get together and pass the time. Increasing use of the Internet, cell phones and other technology has raised fears that people are engaging in less face-to-face interaction with other people.


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