Dude: “We need to upgrade because the old version was … like old.”
Me: “Was it broke?”
Dude: “It was old, man.”
Me: “How much will it cost to migrate?”
Dude: “Don’t know, it is old.”
Me: “So you are upgrading because it is old?”
Dude: “Yeah and the vendor don’t support it no more.’
Me: “It ain’t broke, it is just old. But you can’t hack it, pardon the pun, so you want to upgrade it but you have not calculated the cost?”
Dude: “It is old. You know, you are supposed to upgrade stuff when it is old.”
And thus my entire problem with this world is encapsulated in an inane conversation with another technophile consumer.
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Crazy. But true.
“Old” how do you upgrade MOM ?