When he first heard of the changes, he did not bother to find out the details – he simply put up a resistance and demanded a return to what had been.
“Dad, they don’t carry rotary landline phones anymore. This wired landline phone is the best I could find,” his daughter pleaded with him. “Besides, weren’t you the one who always encourage us to try new things?”
“I don’t care – I want my rotary phone,” he replied angrily. “That’s the last memory I have of your mother.”
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PROMPT WORD: RESISTANCE