Cheney started working early, at the age of nine, mowing lawns and delivering the Lincoln Journal Star. Each day, Cheney would get a bundle of papers delivered to his house. He sorted them, folded them, and wrapped them with a rubber band. Then he grouped them in a bag, draped it over his bicycle handlebars, and pedaled throughout College View firing newsprint missiles at front porches. — Stephen Hayes on Cheney’s nobility
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