Three years ago, I was traveling every 2-3 weeks for work so I booked a lot of time at the immigration lines at our airport. I noticed that what was taking so long was the typing. Every immigration officer typed with only their index fingers! Imagine what a typing class for immigration officers would do for travelers!
So (assuming typing has not been rendered obsolete by the machine-readable passports these days)...
Please enroll yourself in a typing class. It's really easy! Just a few days of your typing teacher chanting "A - S - D - F. A - S - D - F. A - S - D - F." and you will be typing passport data without even having to look at the keys! You will even learn to type Joyce Kilmer's poem Trees into the shape of a Christmas tree as part of your centering lesson!
that I shall
never see a poem
as lovely as a tree. A tree
Now wouldn't that be a useful skill for when you pretend the alignment button on your paragraph toolbar doesn't work?
Oh, the things you learn in school in the 90's! I wonder if they still teach this today? If they do, ooohh! I can see another letter brewing... Dear Typing Teacher...
Photo from Kate Spade