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please give some tips to explain this argument????????

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The president of the local retailers association bogged the following in the recent survey:

A recently as a half decade ago, time seemed to be running out for the wristwatch. With cellphones iPods and other clock-equipped devices becoming ubiquitous, armchair sociologists were running off the wristwatch as an antique, joining VHS tapes, Walkman players and pocket calculators on the slag heap of outmodes gadgets. Anyone who needs to know the time these days would wise to ask someone over the age of 30. To most young people, the wristwatch was an obsolete artifact. Few people actually need a watch to tell time anymore. But that’s the point. A watch these days may strike some people as an impractical, frivolous, and often costly way to express individual style. Yet, big retailers are trading on the nostalgia as the appeal of timepiece that has endured for decades is more emotional.
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New post 22 Jul 2018, 10:11
post the question or the choices if you have any , because assumptions differ as per answer choice.
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