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Computers: The Ultimate Procrastination Tool. We all know drills. You’re sitting at your desk trying to get your work done, but you find yourself watching a YouTube video of a cat playing the piano. But let’s face reality. Without computers, where would we be?
Speaking of math, have you ever wondered why computers are so good at it? It’s because they don’t have to deal with the same distractions that we do. Don’t be fooled by Twitter notifications or sudden urges to make a snack. They just perform calculations like bosses.
But as much as we love our computers, they can also drive us insane. Remember when your computer froze and you had to restart it? Or when you accidentally closed a tab and can’t find it again? Talk about a panic attack. And don’t let the dreaded “Blue Screen of Death” get you started. It’s like a nightmare coming back to life.
But despite all our frustrations, we can’t help but love computers. They’re like awkward little siblings in our lives. Sure, they drive us crazy at times, but we can’t imagine life without them. Without them, how could you play solitaire for hours?
In conclusion, computers are a love-hate relationship. They make our lives easier, but they also push us up against the wall. But after all, we cannot live without them. So let’s raise our virtual glasses and toast to the machines that make our lives more productive and procrastinating. Cheers!
Jim Fisher owns Excel Computer Services in Florence.contact him www.ExcelAL.com