Retired telephone tech.
I was home from work for lunch when I heard the news. I was a couple of years out of high school.
I had a transistor radio before I went into the Air Force in 64, worked on tube and transistor equipment, then went to the phone company where I saw the phase out of the last tubes, and the beginning of integrated circuits. By the time I retired, the telephone network was all digital except the the last mile to the customer, and in many cases, even there. Now, Cellular is all digital, and copper loop landlines are fading away.
42 here. Too early to be a boomer.
I bought a bag of plums at Sam’s Club once which had stickers that were hard to remove, and left adhesive on the fruit. That’s fine on oranges or bananas, not so fine on plums. Since then, I check for stickers, and if they have any, I don’t buy them. Why they had stickers on bagged fruit in the first place, I don’t know.
They had to make movies of them, because nobody is buying the comics any more.
Looks like sweat. Must be a hot dog.
If it has a camera, it has a microphone. You just haven’t found it yet.
No, but that didn’t stop commenters from bringing it up. I need to do a Python binge on Utube.
Ours use to come with a red rubber band around it, then they switched to plastic bags. One day, I was gathering up the papers to recycle, and most of them were still in bags. I cancelled my subscription.