Terry crews is awesome
His judgemental look is all you need to rethink that frivolous purchase, "unplug that alarm clock, you can't tell time while you're asleep!"
@EddySteady, it’s 2 cents an hour after all. Julius makes a good point in saving money
There’s 24 hours in a day. Having a clock on all day is 48 cents.
On average there’s 30 days per month. 48 x 30 = 1440 or $14.40
There’s 12 months in a year. 1440 x 12 = 17280 or $172.80
That’s a decent amount nowadays, but the show takes place in the 1980’s. Putting that amount in an inflation calculator, our total goes up to $513.34
As crazy as he sounds, Julius knows how to save money in the long run.
@Sucy, 2 cents of power an hour would imply that the alarm clock is using as much power as small dorm room microwave wave which is 350 watts, most clocks run off of $1 every month.
@Chimon, I was about to disagree that 350 watt microwaves existed, but after a quick Google search I have now learned that miniature microwaves are a thing. I'm getting one.
hey, whats the 3 digit code on the back? just curious
Terry crews is the man
*Terry Crews voice* "Double pin POWEEER"
Terry loves yogurt
"I pity da fool!"
Took me a little bit to get why it would save her $$&
Why does the name say Henry wells