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  1. RJSoftware

    RJSoftware Registered User

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    Hello all.

    I'm considering signing up to improve my clock repair skills.



    What say ye?
     
  2. breeze

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    You first. I'll wait and see how it works out.
     
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    You wouldn't need clocks any more, RJ. The time would be constantly in your head :)
     
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  5. RJSoftware

    RJSoftware Registered User

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    well, you just never know...
     
  6. Dick Feldman

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    It might be amusing to see you scurrying around and beeping like r2d2.
    Ask for the common sense option before you proceed.

    D
     
  7. mauleg

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    Speak for yourself, Mr. HyperChange. We were out for dinner the other night and I noticed that no one in the entire restaurant, including the kids, were using a smartphone during dinner. I remarked about this to the folks sitting next to us and we enjoyed the rest of the evening in convivial conversation.

    I'm far from a technophobe, being the owner of an IT company, but firmly disagree with tech wonks who advocate this type of technology as a way of uniting or enhancing humanity. I perceive it as isolating, degrading and pandering to the elite.
     
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    The phones are smart. The people who own them .... often not ;)
     
  9. RJSoftware

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    #9 RJSoftware, Jul 21, 2019
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    A high school seniors grad party held at prestigious hotel banquet with decked out tables, chandeliers the works. Suit and tie a must, ladies dressed to kill. The event was for the handicapped seniors so parents where invited as well, a large elegant table designated for us.

    All was going well, wonderful conversations then two nice looking ladies sat and both proceeded to pull out their cell phones and commence having long lengthy private conversations in the midst of our public table space. Eventually we all just looked at each other as our public conversations was rudely ended. One lady spoke up commenting how rude and obnoxious the two where. One of the cell phone ladies got up and walked away still chatting, the other turned her back to the table and continued with her loud obnoxious voice as though she had no idea how loud she was.

    Some I guess still cant text. But even that is annoying when so many use the cell so often they never stop. Its f-ed up more than people think. I cant stand to converse with someone while they are texting someone else, why bother.
     
  10. Bruce Alexander

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    As "easy" as Lasik? Yeah, right.

    Hernia Mesh Lawsuit anyone?
    Manual skills improvement? Central Nervous System, vs. Peripheral Nervous System. Sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic Nervous System.
    Tactile and Proprioception vs. "Motor Memory" pathways.
    I listened to part of your link at 2x normal playback speed for a while. I heard what he was buzzing about. Sounds like he's looking for investment opportunities.
    This is what happens when people have an insane amount of money and they are insane about it.
    We went to the moon 50 years ago. Couldn't do it again anytime soon if our survival depended upon it.
    Guess that really depends on what Elon Musk wants to do with his pocket change, huh?.
    Maybe they'll experiment on prisoners in exchange for reduced sentences.
    The "Haves" will be going off to Mars while the rest of us bake, suffocate or get slowly poisoned on what's left of the Earth.
    Guess I'm not as hopeful about the future of humans as I once was.


    Ooops, sorry. Johnny Mnemonic brain implants? Sure! Why not? Sign me up. How much? Is it covered under my pre-existing condition of Moron? :}
     
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    Was anyone else wondering what happens if the tiny strands brakes? Say if your scalp gets itchy at night.

    Scratch your head and watch the lights flicker show.
     

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