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Has Google Made Grandparents Obsolete?

Nearly two-thirds of grandparents feel their role is being eclipsed by Google, Wikipedia and YouTube, where kids go for advice on stuff traditionally answered by grandparents, according to a new study. The survey of 1,500 grandparents found that children instead use the Internet to answer simple questions. Cleaning specialist Dr Beckmann commissioned the research -- the same one who did a study revealing that British women now own an average of thirty-four pairs of panties.

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