By Heather O.
They changed Facebook. Jerks.
They’re changing Netflix soon. Meanies.
My husband’s Iphone is now obsolete. Dummyheads.
Technology. Just when I’m comfortable, they change it.
If you haven’t noticed, we here at MMW are still like, SO 2004. Sorry. We’re old, fuddy, AND duddy. I even listened to an actual COMPACT DISC the other day, in an actual COMPACT DISC player. Yes, I have an Ipod, no I don’t know where it is, and it has hardly any music on it, because I figure why pay to listen to music twice? I already bought the CDs of all the music that I like, so why buy all that music again? I’ll admit, though, that when I lost a bunch of my CDs last Christmas when I left them at the Stake Center, I wasn’t all that fussed because I knew I could still get my favorites on Itunes, but STILL.
I get that technological advances are important, and somebody even suggested that if we give the new FB news feed “improvement” a chance, we’ll realize how much better it is. But it gives me a headache to think that I have to keep up with everything. It’s enough to make me want to get out some old cassette tapes, or some records. Okay, I have neither a tape player or a record player at my disposal, but STILL.
And if they can do all of this, WHY is it that we don’t all live like the Jetsons, with electronic slaves to make dinner? Neanderthals.
(Okay, I know that the Jetsons is fictional, but STILL!)
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