MyBunnyIsCuter t1_jcf6mcr wrote

We are the worst thing we have ever worked on. We're so stupid and selfish we can't make sure each human alive has their basic needs met, but we spend a ton of money developing artificial intelligence. We haven't mastered basic humanity yet we act triumphant because of this bullsht - which, by the way, Stephen Hawking warned us about. Idiots. We're idiots.


MyBunnyIsCuter t1_j6nhsyl wrote

'If those street lights turn on and you're not in this house, you're grounded.'

Then it was a whole day of adventures, stopping by everyon's house for snacks or to grab a toy

Best life ever


MyBunnyIsCuter t1_j6e9bxa wrote

My cousin has owned his own appliance repair business for over 30 years. I've commented before on some things he said about modern or newer machines and how they're not worth it. He told me and the rest of my family recently that if you can get your hands on a set of old school Speed Queen washer and dryers hold on to them and don't let them go. I think he said guard them with your life LOL

The new machines that look fancy and have Bluetooth and everything else in them, they are designed to have a major failure 6 months to one and a half years into ownership. You're going to have a major repair in no time, if you buy something brand new. That was designed that way to help the appliance industry.

The parts and labor to repair these old school washers and dryers that last for freaking ever is almost nothing. When I lived in South Florida my landlord had a set in my unit that was from the 1970s. It was a Kenmore set with Maytag motors. And the thing ran like a clock.


MyBunnyIsCuter t1_itz6irn wrote

Absolutely not. And if a person is smart, they'll pay attention to every small thing.

I just have to comr to terms with the fact there are people that will spend their lives thinking Just Shoot Me was the greatest show, because that's about as deep as they get they simply cannot grasp why people loved the Sopranos, Six Feet Under, the Wire or hell, even Seinfeld. Lol