dusty wrote: megank wrote:
wrmnfzy wrote:My tv went out so I had to go get a new one. It cost more to possibly repair the old one than to buy a new one. Aaaahhh our throw away society. The only problem is the tv is smarter than I am. I am far from being electronic illiterate but they sure don’t make it easy. Limited instructions, many references to Emanuals and trying to get other devices from prior tv to mesh with the new tv. That and my wife And I both trying to instruct each other as to how to do what neither one of us has a clue how to do.
A lot of things around us have become "smarter" than us to the point where the very utility is under duress. The only choices we have is either to live without them or to learn the new smart techniques to master them.
OR: Do as I have learned to do. Maintain a to-do list and when the great grand kids come to visit let them work off the "high tech" items. Works Great
This too will work great. Just that many of us will have to wait for the grand kids to be borne
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