In an ideal world freedom would come with a self-imposed obligation to show empathy and respect. Too bad that’s not our world. Apparently too many people are raised by wolves.
That could use some explanation.
The rich and powerful sure love it when we focus on our socio-political differences with each other rather than our economic and access differences with them.
It’s weird how seldom they make that mistake with white people.
I don’t understand people who are aggressive and angry all the time. I’d rather be happy.
Buncha old fart geeks complaining about how hard y’all had it back in the day. Not only am I intimately familiar with many of the issues described I had to walk ten miles uphill to get to school and then work and had to stop at the family farm on the way and milk the goats. They beat the heck out of slide rules and typewriters then and they’ve gotten much better. Go back to yelling at the neighborhood kids, it’s a lot more fun.
That’s very simplistic and only partially true. Not all corporations make consumer goods and costs can be passed on to investors. Costs can also be adjusted for by internal efficiencies such as not grossly over paying upper management.
For some reason this makes me think about my sons.
He was a gentleman and a damn good ball player.
Whatever the cause of the problems I experienced with PCs the end result was the same. I came to prefer Apple products because they saved time which was valuable to me as a teacher.