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    New Apple Watch

    Here it is folks, get'um while they're hot !!!!
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    The I.R.S. must love poor folks, they create more and more every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Here it is folks, get'um while they're hot !!!!
    Great sense of Humor Bill... JT
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    Since I retired, I don't have a need for a watch. Even got rid of my cell phone, lol.
    When the sun comes up I'm ready, and when it goes down I'm shortly behind it, hitting the sack.
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    At least that one's more useful than the "other" Apple one, this one you can snack on....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Here it is folks, get'um while they're hot !!!!
    Bill, can these be bought in the "Granny Smith" color?

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    I'm usually a real Apple dork, and I can't even think how to justify one........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    I'm usually a real Apple dork, and I can't even think how to justify one........

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    For about $350 less than the current base price I would have one.


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    I just heard there's going to be a major recall! Some of 'em contain bad pits and have early shrivelling problems.

    Toys, toys, toys... ya gotta love 'em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    I'm usually a real Apple dork, and I can't even think how to justify one........

    -J.
    Jer, I don't really know your age, but I can still remember quite well, time's past, with out all the technology we have. I still think not knowing some things immediately, is a blessing. In time's past, a lot of what is happening overseas was over with before we even heard of it, and had time to worry about it. I can still work the square root long hand, and add in my head. I have seen a lot of young kids at check out, in stores, who couldn't count change if it wasn't for the machine telling them the correct amount. We have let some technology take from our children the ability to have common sense, and to use this magnificent brain we were God given. If the human race evolves due to how we use different parts of our anatomy, the future could hold for our species to look like ET, and forget how to communicate without punching in Hi, on an Iphone when you are standing next to the one you are talking to. JUST MY 2 CENTS.
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    Im 37, fairly tech savvy, and I agree with you.

    My wife to be, who's 30, had the highest academic average on the U of S Campus (about 20,000 students) 2 years in a row before she entered med school. Her spelling is the ****z, and her math isn't far behind. She's very personable, but I do notice a different in here age and mine.

    I can still do all that stuff in my head too - and im getting better at it again since I've been brewing and long range shooting. That skill did decay, however, when I wasn't doing something that used it. Flying was good for it too....

    As for communication, I agree as well. Time spent face down in an iPhone is not helping anyone. I catch myself doing it, and I'm not proud of that.

    I often wonder how we did it before. I can answer any question I can think of in 1min or less, I NEVER need a phone book, I NEVER have to wait to get home to call someone, or see if someone called. I have a bit of stress problem at times, and I often wonder that if I wasn't so reachable, that'd be better. On the other side of that coin is that I am tremendously productive secondary to it - it's a double edged sword.

    Your thoughts aren't taken lightly, and do run through my mind. My fear is that for those 33-35 and under, the thought isn't even there, because they don't know any different.

    -J.




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