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Brandon Adams wears a wrist watch which says something specific about him.
Brandon Adams. Renaissance man. He can read a clock. Well duuuhhh. Sounds simple but as I watched his broadcast today from Calloway Gardens or where ever it is he is spending all our free Kroger food cards on massages and mani/pedis and water rides for his kids and etc I noticed his wrist watch. Few people wear them any more. Why? I was working part time at a local private pool for four or five years up until a couple of years ago. I signed members in and out. They had to write down the time and they always asked me what time it was. I'd point to a clock in plain sight above their heads. I began to notice how people in about their mid 20's and younger looked confused and how their eyes would glaze over as they stared at the clock. The did not know how to tell time on a real clock! I'd have to tell them if they didn't have their smart phones handy. Think about it. Everything they see now is digital including the time on phones, computers, everywhere. So they never have to read a clock. I asked on Facebook some teachers I know about this. Clock reading is still taught in school in like first grade. After that the kids never use it again. Most schools removed the clocks from classrooms a long time ago to keep kids from clock watching waiting on the bell. Anyway, just an interesting (eehh) factoid I learned.