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No One Wants a Printer, but Everyone Wants to Print
They weren’t doing people’s homework. Just printing.
“I wish I would have gotten in on something like that,” Mr. Eshleman says, noting the pair was turning a profit.
Now 21 and living in Troy, Mich., Mr. Eshleman is mostly envisioning a printer-free life for himself, like many young people I talked to.
“Some point, you buy an apartment, house, car, second house or a boat. Then maybe you think about buying a printer,” he reasons.