Troglodyte wrote:I love most technology.. Can't quite see the sense in texting and tweeting though.
A phone call is more personal, direct, and gets the job done quicker.
All these "new fangled" machines are great, but what are we gonna do when no one knows how they operate, or how to operate without them?? I had to laugh last week. I popped into the local liquor store to get my wife some Lotto tickets and me a jug of Johnny Walker's finest. The power went out, and everything came to a dead stand still. The clerk couldn't scan anything, couldn't make change, nothing. Business was dead in the water because there was no provision for a backup system (hand writen)... I noticed the owner had an order pad next to the register the next time I went in. When I asked Inron if the clerk knew how to use them, he gave a disgusted shrug of his shoulders.
in case you haven't noticed, if we lose electricity, that will be the least of your worries. how do you think we get the water out of the ground? or the gas out of the pumps? and your worried about some jw.