The world of technology, as we know it today was near its infancy but it still was touching the life of a very young boy.
He knew a little bit about Alexander Graham Bell and his telephone and he was told Dick Tracy was close to telling his comic world about his two-way wrist radio.
But, the youngster felt from the beginning that he was not destined to be thrust among those who would be deeply entwined in the upcoming invasion of high technology.
As mentioned earlier in this column, his mother loved telling others her little boy’s fondness for looking through openings in the back of the radio hoping to see some the the people doing all of that talking and playing all of that music.
That was along time ago and even now it’s difficult for him to understand how a…