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"Can you make it purr when I pet it?"
'Miss Johnson, would you mind ordering me another computer? And you can cancel that call to tech-support.'
'Open up Clayton, you knew it was inevitable.'
Jeff's new computer came with the wrong kind of ram.
Latest Greatest Fastest Computer...versus Good Enough.
"It's very user-friendly, once it gets to know you."
"Well, your quantum computer is broken in every way possible simultaneously."
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"This computer has a fast modem, latest pentium, increased RAM, a huge hard drive and broadband net connections. Only one problem, slow pointer fingers."
'Now, with this system you can do the equivalent of running a steel mill - keeping track of the quality of the ore, domestic and foreign orders, smelting processes...'
Trying to switch on the computer.
"I don't think this computer is state of the art -- the assembly instructions are in Latin."
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'My computer is so old it's voice changed.'
"I'm glad Baldo got that computer...it's such a wonderful educational tool."
"These computers are awesome! Mr. Rod says this new system should cut our workload by 50 percent."
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'Someday, son, you will have to make the hard decisions, buy new or upgrade.'
'That way, we don't have to provide a technical support department.'
'Go up and tell Jennings that though I appreciate his frustration, he'll have to pay for that computer he just threw out the window.'
'This computer has a fast modem, the latest Pentium, increased RAM, a huge hard drive and broadband connections. Only one problem...slow pointer fingers.'
'Isn't that the computer model you bought back in January?'
Don't forget. It'll help you to work out if you can afford the things you really need.
He wants to know if he can trade it in.
Used computers: 'This one was owned by a guy who lost a lot of weight and bought a lap top.'
PC literate? Are you kidding- I can bearly use a shovel.'
'...And in case of program crashes, this model comes fully equipped with an air bag!'