This woman printed Facebook comments to read on the subway

A seasoned New Yorker understands the struggle of entertaining yourself when the signal goes out underground.

While some subway station and lines in the city offer free Wi-Fi and cell service, the MTA is still attempting to roll out our precious internet to the city’s underworld. In the meantime, most commuters load up some tunes and endure their commute without mindlessly starring at Facebook or Instagram while attempting to maintain a single inch of personal space.

One woman, however, is kicking it old school.

Alex Steinman, a social media editor for Entertainment Weekly, recently spotted a woman catching up on her Facebook feed on the city’s subway by printing out multiple pages. You know, just so she doesn’t miss anything.

Obviously this comment thread must have been seriously entertaining. But, in reality, it was probably some distant relatives fighting about politics.

Never change, Facebook print woman.

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