Fortunately there's always Classic Shell. I've always loathed any version of the 'metro' start menu.
437 posts • joined 19 Dec 2010
that eventually you will get to a point where people don't particularly need to upgrade a product yearly as the old ones are working just fine, thank you. This is when planned obsolescence sets in or the company deliberately "upgrades" your product to be less useful. Late stage capitalism.
"we can't get the oil out without getting gas as a byproduct so we can either let it go waste (burn it off)"
When I was a wee sprat living in Tulsa lo these many years ago, we'd often pass by small refineries (or something) where they were burning off natural gas. This tended to grab my attention as it was one honking huge gout of fire, so I'd ask Dad (since he was in the industry even if he was an office manager) why they would do that. If it was gas, why not use it? Cars use gas, right? Wrong type of gas he said. Still, this seemed totally stupid to my child's mind. Years on, it is oddly comforting to know I was right about it.
[as to the icon, not pissed about anything; that's what the burn off looked like]
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