Bush charms crowd with jokes, grins:
“When I was in college, we listened to music on 45 rpm records, as opposed to the iPod,” he said. “We used manual typewriters instead of the personal computer. When we made a mistake while writing a paper, we didn’t have the luxury of SpellCheck.
“As a matter of fact, we used something that maybe some of you have heard of. It was big and bulky. It’s called a dictionary,” he said to hearty laughter from parents in the stands.