In 2013, everyone uses email. You, your parents, hell, even your 90-year-old grandparents have gotten the hang of it by now. They may not use it well—anyone else ever received a "What does that mean?" email in response to an emoticon?!—but they use it. Because, like we said, EVERYONE uses email in 2013.

Well, almost everyone. During an interview earlier today, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig admitted that he has never sent an email. According to Sports Business Journal writer Eric Fisher, Selig did upgrade to an iPhone recently, so he's not completely anti-technology. But he's never gotten into the whole email thing.

"I've never sent an email," he said, "and I never will."

He's one of the most powerful men in sports, and he doesn't use email. How the hell is that even possible?

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[via Deadspin]