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Things Kids Today Never Have To Worry About
Some adults look back at the "good old days" and complain that kids today are missing out on some good stuff.

That might be true.

But, because of modern technology, there's also a lot of stress and worry that kids today don't have to deal with, including:

    Typing Complete Words -- If your kid is texting, you know that EVERYTHING is abbreviated. For example, why type, "love you" when you can just hit "LY"?

    Missing TV Shows -- Kids today never have to go through the torture of missing their favorite TV show. DVRs and Hulu have made watching TV live a thing of the past.

    Paying for Music -- In the past decade CDs have become obsolete. Can you imagine there used to be music STORES?

    Spelling Words Correctly -- Spell check might have put some English teachers out of business.

    Forgetting a Camera -- When was the last time you carried around a 2nd device for taking pictures? Because of all the advances in camera phone technology, point and shoots just aren't as important as they used to be.

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Weather closings etc
School closures and delays
B urnet County
  • Burnet ISD is closed Tuesday.
  • Marble Falls ISD will operate on a two-hour delay.
  • Granite Shoals will have a two-hour delay.
Lampasas County
  • Lampasas ISD will operate on a two-hour delay.
Lee County
  • Lexington ISD will operate on a two-hour delay
Llano County
  • Llano ISD will operate on a two-hour delay. Buses will run two hours late.
Power outages
Austin Energy update as of 4:45 a.m.
There are currently about 3,000 Austin Energy customers without power from the stormy weather. 
It is estimated repairs are needed at about 50 locations. The largest outage affects about 500 customers in the 620/Highway 71 area.
Road Closure updates
3100 W William Cannon Water Over Roadway
3500 McNeil Dr, Austin, TX Water Over Roadway
6700 Old Bee Caves Austin, TX
Water Over Roadway
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