*looks at Apple*
@The Landshark , "Well I guess the opposite is good enough"
Always approach printers carefully. They are easily startled and can smell if you’re stressed. It’s important to have your emotions under control and act like you’re not in a hurry at all during the whole process of printing. When the last page is printed out properly you can safely to go back into full panic mode and stress out again.
I had to update the list of printers for the first time ever on my 9y/o computer this week to connect a new one. Took like 3 hours for the list to update, and it added like 700 models to the list. Why the fvck do we have more than 10 printer models in the world?
My father, who is in his 50s, buys a new printer every time he needs one because the printer with ink costs around $50, a complete set of ink cartridges cost $100+.
My graduate school has these printers that are like over 8000 bucks and they almost never work
Ohh MY GODD!!!!!...this is true in my household, we have gone through 6 printers in one year.
Texas Instruments calculators:
@Ald0bii, *laughs in TI nspire*