I live alone, and I have a desktop, a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone and a smart TV. That’s 5 computers for a family of one.
I remember some of the books my sister had when she was little (she’s 10 years younger than me), and some of them didn’t have any words. There was one that had pictures of farm animals, and I recall another that had pictures of all kinds of things that were supposed to teach kids about colors. Here’s a list of some wordless books:
Since she’s asleep, will he eat it for her?
I thought he wanted Luann, or did he change his mind about that?
“What we have here is a FAILURE to Communicate! (bonus points if you get the reference)”
And bonus points for you if you can eat 50 eggs.
I couldn’t quite make out the copyright notice, but this was in the late 90s, so 512 Mb would probably have been considered “tons of ram”.
“She did say she didn’t do pirate and Bets failed to listen. ”
Not quite. We never saw the whole discussion about the theme. The last we heard was:
Tiffany: Bets, this is my business and my house. It’ll be classy crystal and-
Bets: It’s my 300 bucks. It’ll be pirates.
“Bets is too self-centered! What do you all think will happen next?”
She paid $300 for a pirate theme. She didn’t get what she paid for, so she has a right to complain. It’s Tiffany who’s self-centered here.
I used to be the network administrator at a primary school (grades 1-10). One time I went to the library because there was something wrong with a computer there. When I arrived, the librarian was busy checking out a book for a student, and while I waited for her to point out which computer had the problem, I picked up a book and thumbed through it. When the librarian had finished with the student, I said to her: "This book is 250 pages long and there’s not a single picture in it! How can anyone be expected to read this?! I’ll never forget the look on her face.
“You should just Google Microsoft Office 2019 Key and be amazed by the price of a fully legal and functionnal product you can own for life.”
I own a car. If I want to, I can fix it myself if something goes wrong, modify it, e.g. by painting it and I can sell it or give it away if I want to. You can never legally do any of those things with any Microsoft product. You don’t really own MS Windows, Office or other MS products (or other proprietary software). You can in some cases pay a one-time usage fee that allows you to use the product for as long as you want, but that fee doesn’t allow you to fix any bugs you might find, sell it to someone else or modify it in any way.
I use Linux, and I’m allowed to do all of those things I mentioned. I can do the same with most of the software I use (I have a few proprietary programs, such as Google Earth). And the cost of actually owning all of this software for life – $0.00.