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The recent BBC Scotland series The Papers, which followed the Newsquest franchise, was a sad reminder of the threat that looms for Aberdeen gay spots whose livelihoods rely upon the resilience of print media. I do fear the day when I can no longer buy a newspaper and get inky fingers from the friendly vendor but, until then, I will savour these precious moments.
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