Originally intended to document my experience of DeLorean ownership, focus is often radical and strange, boring and obtuse.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Computers Get The Boot

Anyone want to network these bad boys together and play a round of Scorched Earth?

So, I gave my two old computers the boot. But not just any boot. No, these nearly-obsolete pieces of once fine equipment were not sent to the curb, not picked up by Joey Joe-Joe Jr. Shabadu, and will not find themselves slowly rusting in some municipal dump. Nope, I gave them a very special boot into the world of recycling.

Recycling computers is awesome. It saves the world from, well, a great big pile of trashed computers. It also creates a large range of jobs which Canada so desperately needs.

Except Alberta. Rotten, filthy stinking rich Alberta…

*Ahem* Anyway, it reminds me of something Suz taught me. Now, I’m the kind of guy who can’t fall asleep if I so much as accidentally drop some garbage on the ground – and leave it there. But, to help me feel better about it, Suz taught me what her friend taught her. It’s a line which holds a lot of meaning if someone challenges your decision to drop trash in a public place. A simple reply is all that’s required: "I’m keepin’ jobs in Canada."

And it’s totally true. If crusty people didn’t litter, then the prisoners who clean it up wouldn’t have jobs. And if big tattooed muscley dudes with a penchant for stabbing can’t focus on holding down a prison "job", then how can our system rehabilitate their bent minds?

Yep, garbage is good. If it weren’t for garbage, I think the overcrowded prisons would be more… uh… overcrowded.

Nevermind.

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5 Comments:

Blogger patti_cake said...

I like the way you think :)

2:30:00 PM

 
Blogger Ms. Creek said...

is that your mother's combat boot?

i thought so!

lmao

(i hope that isn't an old school joke only from the USA)

7:49:00 PM

 
Blogger Cuppojoe said...

I assure you, us Albertans would gladly trade some of these jobs and a lot of these "riches" for some decent housing prices, more space on our roads, and Tim Horton's that aren't under-staffed and can actually stay open 24/7, like in the good old days...

10:36:00 PM

 
Blogger Martini said...

The Timmy's around here are struggling too, so that's one worry you can wipe away. Line-ups are out the doors half the time. And they don't even have good donuts anymore!

1:43:00 PM

 
Blogger SJ said...

Would recycled computers be considered "born again"?

2:04:00 PM

 

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