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Morris was finding it more difficult to adjust to the idea of a 'paperless' office than many.
Computerising the galley - 'Productivity is up, but I miss my whip.'
'You're exactly the kind of person we'd like to hire - to be replaced by a computer.'
"Analysts warn that computerization of the villages won't give the expected results!"
'Of course things change: our fathers were replaced by machines - we'll be replaced with new software.'
I don't think I'm ready yet for the information age.
'Boy, they sure don't make teaching software the way they used to!'
"We pride ourselves on being a technologically aware company. Our Mr. Jenks here, is an absolute whizz with an abacus."
"I'm not looking forward to telling the 300 salesmen we're going to start selling on the internet."
Distributor in love with a multitasking robot.
'Isn't that nice! The Kaltons have an all-computerized house.'
'Oh no...not here too!'
Analysts warn that computerization of the villages won't give the expected results!
You won't try to computerize my job will you? Don't hold your breath!
'It does the work of a hundred people - unfortunately they all call in sick on the same day.'
'I can't help feeling the office party ain't what it was, Fred!'
"No, we're not firing you and getting a computer to do your job, We're getting the tea lady to do it."
I believe it's all done now by a microchip in Milton Keynes.
I wouldn't get too friendly with him - I know for a fact he's going to be replaced by a robot next week.
Boss to worker: 'Actually, the computer we're replacing you with does crack jokes.'