My sister usually buys me something and mails it to me for Christmas. This
year I was low on suggestions and only asked for blue jeans and/or socks so
Now I will attempt to convince her that the best, safest way to ship a pair
of blue jeans is to wrap them around a new laptop, the more RAM and the
bigger the HD the better. Can you think of any convincing supporting
arguments for this suggestion?
You know it's time to clean the refrigerator
when something closes the door from the inside.
I've found that cash (paper currency, not coin) is a much better
packing material for your pants -- or any other item she opts
to send you.
She should keep in mind that most carriers suggest a TWO INCH THICK
"buffer" around the item you are shipping to ensure no breakage in
transit. Some folks claim higher denomination bills have greater
cushioning effect than lower denominated one -- caveat emptor.
If she suggest the socks might be an acceptable "buffer"/cushion,
remind her that the socks are the item that she wants to PROTECT!
Shirley she wouldn't want to risk DAMAGING THEM by using THEM
for protection! Sheesh!
More RAM and biggest hard drive? What if it has anemic cpu and pity
graphics controller and if battery life is not that good? All our
laptops in the family has Quad i7 cpu, Nvidia GTX series graphics card,
at least 16 GB memory, some with SSD. But iPAD is being used more and
more. I never saw laptops damaged shipped in original packaging.
You're junior to me by 10 years, LOL! I am hoping to see 90 so I can
watch only grand son goes to college, god willin,g attend to his
wedding...I wish. I am steady at around 165 always. almost 6 feet.
I was 180 in six grade, 145 at 18, 220 at 25 through 40, then jumped to
240 to 46, now a steady 260 at 66. Funny that I am the healthiest
between 3 brothers, Father and Mother, and I'm the only one alive now.
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