Why I Didn’t Get All Technical And Stuff On My Last Post …. Harry Reid And His Imaginary Friends Know You Don’t Know About The Internets …..

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Reid also noted some of the struggles with the site could come with age, saying, “If you’re over age 50, the internet is something that you’re just learning about, and certainly over age 60, that’s certainly a truism.”

Did no one tell Harry that Al Gore is like 65 y/o?  This is why I don’t go all technical and stuff.  I know some of you guys are old guys and just wouldn’t understand stuff like TCP/IP and stuff like that or even where “www” came from. 

Why do the people of Nevada feel it is necessary to inflict the people of the US with this lunatic know-nothing? 

What generation made the internet what it is today? 

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27 Responses to Why I Didn’t Get All Technical And Stuff On My Last Post …. Harry Reid And His Imaginary Friends Know You Don’t Know About The Internets …..

  1. Latitude says:

    following his logic…..
    a system that’s hard for the over 65 age group…
    ….which is the largest demographic in this country

    • suyts says:

      I’m not sure it’s appropriate to use the word “logic” in a sentence referencing Harry Reid.

    • kim2ooo says:

      Latitude says:

      October 26, 2013 at 2:51 pm

      following his logic…..
      a system that’s hard for the over 65 age group…
      ….which is the largest demographic in this country

      +10 🙂

      And for $600.000,000.00 you’d have thought would be USER friendly, to that group.

      • Me says:

        Like the younger generation thinks the oldie don’t understand them as is pretty much every kid out there thinks of their parents, Most of them youngins don’t have a clue to the opposite of the people that have lived it. I say let them make their cake and eat it too if that is what they want. But don’t come back crying later when your reality crashes.

  2. Me says:

    Every time I see Reid this comes to me!

  3. kim2ooo says:

    Sooooooooooo I’m learning about the FED!

  4. Jim Masterson says:

    >>
    I know some of you guys are old guys and just wouldn’t understand stuff like TCP/IP and stuff like that . . . .
    <<

    Don’t worry about me James. I studied TCP. Isn’t it interesting that TCP which is a connection based protocol at level 4 of the OSI model sits on top of IP which is at level 3 and is packet based? But how would I know that since I’m older than 60?

    Jim

  5. philjourdan says:

    As I commented on the reid article.

    It was someone over 50 that invented the internet (not algore).
    It was someone over 50 that started Cisco that made the internet possible
    It was someone over 50 that invented html
    it was someone over 50 that invented mozilla (the original browser).

    ANd it is people over 50 that created websites that work.

    It is idiots like Reid who are clueless and stupid.

  6. tom0mason says:

    I have difficulty with these computery things. It all started when learning on a Honeywell mainframe and card programs. I bought my Kaypro running CPM, then moved on to WANG office systems. Done a spate on Xenix, etc. It’s been downhill since then.

  7. Keitho says:

    I wish somebody would teach me how to use the internet. I would love to be able to read articles, comment on them, write on blogs send emails, watch video clips, listen to music, swan around on Google Earth, use Skype . . . . oh, wait.

    On the other hand ( OTH *grin* ) please don’t teach me about Twitter or Facebook my five year old granddaughter has already done that and we both agreed they are a waste of our time.

    While I am here can I recommend the most excellent thing called Coursera. They are a treasure trove of useful ( and useless ) courses. I am currently upgrading my statistical skills thanks to Prof. Andrew Conway and am now able to see even more clearly the absolute farce that Lewandowsky is.

    The interwebs rock!

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