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From sundown tonight to sundown tomorrow (March 1-2), it’s National Unplugging Day. To celebrate, we’re turning off all Chronicle social media for 24 hours so that we can all unplug and read.

Join us! Learn more here: http://nationaldayofunplugging.org/

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    I don’t know if this is a thing up here in the great white north. But we’re gonna make it a thing. Tomorrow I will...
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    Yep! I’m trying to I’M TRYING TO!!!
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    Awesome!
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    Starting now and ending tomorrow at sundown is national unplug day. Sign the pledge, put down those iphones, and come...
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    I do this on a regular basis no matter what every time I go home or just feel like escaping.
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    There is no way in hell I am skipping this day.
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    done. doing. perfect. plus, my mom gave me a new book on wednesday when she came for dinner.
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