From: Steve on
Odd Bob <odd_bob(a)odd.bob> wrote:
>It seems like every damn piece of electronics I buy has a clock built in, whether I want one or not.

Yup, lots of fun twice a year when the time changes...


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From: gamer on
Steve wrote:

>Odd Bob <odd_bob(a)odd.bob> wrote:
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>>It seems like every damn piece of electronics I buy has a clock built in, whether I want one or not.
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>Yup, lots of fun twice a year when the time changes...
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You need to move to AZ.
From: Shawn Hirn on
In article <1174414861.720694.229270(a)l75g2000hse.googlegroups.com>,
"Seerialmom" <seerialmom(a)yahoo.com> wrote:

> On Mar 20, 7:09 am, "snow" <r...(a)xdscity.com> wrote:
> > Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
> > portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
> > is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
> > place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for
> > example.http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html
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> My cellphone has been my time-keeper for the past few years. Before
> that I had a dollar store digital clock in my car; stopped wearing
> wristwatches about 10 years ago.

I am 45 and I the last time I wore a watch was maybe 15 years ago. My
cell phone gets the time automatically from my cell phone provider. My
car has a clock. All the computers I use have a clock in the menu bar. I
see no need to wear a wrist watch.