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Unfortunately, this is not true today as I’ve heard commercials have made their way into satellite programming. I hooked it up to the television and ran through games like Combat, Frogger and Pole Position. You can get the same workout walking outside, lifting things in the garden or filled milk jugs, using your own body weight, etc. Reminds me of what happened to housing prices when more and more previously disqualified people were allowed to borrow big money on mortgages. My grandparents used to put things in containers (jars, dishes, etc.) and store them.
He thought it was interesting enough, but those little game cartridges sure were expensive! When they used the item, they washed the container and reused.
When I asked him about a plasma screen once he said, “There is nothing wrong with the picture on my screen now. Why pay to listen to something that is available for free over the airwaves? People used to simply pay for college, but that was before the days of college tuition costing an arm and a leg.
Besides, I’ve heard those ‘plasma things’ cost as much as a small car.” Indeed, although it had been a while since he priced a small car! I did get an XM satellite receiver for my grandfather’s car to use on trips, and he found one feature worth paying for – not having to listen to commercials. I remember one Christmas while staying with my grandparents I got an Atari 2600 game system. Why pay a month to pick up heavy weights and walk on a belt that runs underneath your feet? People knew how to perform basic math computations and make change. Which begs the question: Has the federal student loan program encouraged colleges to increase costs by allowing students to spread payments out over a quarter of their lifetimes? Ziploc bags didn’t really hit the market until the 1960s, although some “resealable bags” were around a decade earlier.
I have two Gmail accounts set up on my Motorola Droid.
Sometimes my emails come right through to my phone. I will receive the emails on my computer, but in order to get them on my phone, I will have to refresh both inboxes individually.
Besides, some of the best discoveries are found when you are lost. While I do consider cell phones more of a utility these days, I consider data plans and all the bells and whistles a luxury. Still, it’s a time saver, and since we all have so little of it these days I suppose it helps. Speaking of plastic, my grandfather didn’t use an ATM card until he was in his 70? Why spend money on something with a screen the size of a book when you could simply…read a book.
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However, we should be reminded that many of these things are luxuries, not necessities, even though media and peer pressure would have us believe otherwise. I hear about more people arriving late because they took the “GPS directions” than I hear success stories. If you are concerned with safety while traveling, consider a prepaid phone and keep it charged.
I don’t know what’s wrong with a road atlas – I just bought a new one from Sams Club for a few dollars. Direct quote from my grandfather: “Why pay hard-earned money to cook your skin when the good Lord shines a sun over your head that does the same for free? Heck, even a cell phone without a calling plan, but a charged battery, can call 911 in an emergency. I’ve yet to taste anything out of a microwave that tastes as good or better than stove-top or grilled. The concept of borrowing has been around for centuries, but it has only evolved into plastic over the last century.
Speaking of MTV – didn’t that used to stand for “” television? The first “health insurance” plans only covered long hospitalizations or major illnesses, not the routine things we see doctors for today. Up until 2004 my grandfather owned a decades old, 27-inch floor model console television.
However, one could certainly make the argument preventative medicine has helped us live longer, healthier lives, and much of that is made more affordable thanks to health insurance plans. He eventually got rid of it when the picture began to have problems around the edges, and now has a basic 19-inch screen on a shelf. Student loans are also a relatively new (I mean, last 50 years or so) phenomenon.
It's a bit annoying to not get notified of an email right when it comes through, but it's not a major issue or anything. Or will I just have to wait for a fix whenever an update comes along?