Retired telephone tech.
I just converted to Quicken from an old Apple 2 program. It was a big job to set it up, but now I have better records, and easier entry. Balancing is easier too. I should have converted long ago, but until recently, Quicken did not do everything the old program did. I tried a few other, cheaper programs, but they were worse than doing it on paper. I used to have a way to print checks, but Quicken requires using their overpriced checks, so now I just avoid having to write checks.
I recognized all three.
I saw the Everlys back in the 70’s or early 80’s when they did a show at Ak-Sar-Ben. That was back when they did shows there. Saw a lot of good shows back then.
I didn’t get into higher math, but I’ve always loved keeping my own books, and doing my own taxes. When I find the taxes too befuddling to do myself, I’ll turn my affairs over to my son, and find a nice place to while away my time until death.
In my day, all men and boys carried pocket knives. Then they banned them in schools, and few bothered to carry them elsewhere. The reduction in carved graffiti is largely due to fewer knives in circulation, and graffiti in general due to everyone carrying smart phones which let them put their feelings on the internet.
I remember buying the white, because it was cheaper. Then I tried multigrain and never went back. It costs more but it is so worth it.
We all miss them. I didn’t realize how much I liked handshakes and hugs until they were gone.
I used to clip coupons, but I kept forgetting about them, so they expired in my billfold.
I have a newer model, with a record player, a CD recorder, and a cassette tape drive. It’s designed for copying vinyl or tape to CD. From the CD, you can easily copy it to a computer. It’s gathering dust for the last 3 years because I don’t have time for it.
“I’m ’enery the eighth I am” “Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it’s Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight”