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How has it changed your life?
Baaane Baaane 51-55, M 32 Answers Feb 8, 2013 in Science & Technology

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Actually yes......I've only been using the internet for the past couple of years......and I still suck at it...LOL

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But I see you are getting better and better.

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Lordy yes,. before the internet and personal computers, before monitors for computer output even. I've got friends all over the world but none are really as close as the friends I made before the internet.

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Yes..... **** was so limited

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Before our house had Internet. My mom thought I forgot where I lived cause I was never home!

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The good ole days when everyone had a real social life. Great times.

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LOL ! Vaguely...I now google what was once committed to memory or in dusty books upon my shelves. And I've gotten to speak with more different people in the last 2 years than I probably have in my entire life, even keeping in mind college years across country, and a bit of travel abroad.

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Hell yeah! I was such a tomboy. Climbing trees and constantly riding my bike everywhere. Ahhh, good times... <br />
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Being on the computer hasnt really brought that much good in my life to be honest. I mean, I've made some good friends throughout the years but I've also had my share fallouts and heartbreaks as well. I dont think kids should even use the computer. The internet world is just as bad as the real world and plus you gain A LOT of weight but sitting on your *** all damn day.

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The Internet brought the world to me, literally. Who would think I would've met the great people in other countries that Ive met today without it? There's jerks, bigots, racists, nutjobs but knowing who I know and learning what I've learned has outweighed the bad experiences I've had.

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it was nice- now my eyes get all dry from too much internet

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You know you can switch off (nah, just kidding!).

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happens after 5 min- I have glaucoma and computers or reading is bad for it. :(

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aw, sorry (hugs)

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I do, even before personal computers. When I was in Middle School, my dad brought one home, an original HP model. We got stuff like that early because of his career. I proudly typed a paper on that beast, printed it on a dot matrix printer, and turned the paper in to my teacher. It was rejected. She said I had an "unfair advantage." I had to hand-write it and turn it in late for a reduced grade. LMAO. Yeah.<br />
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That was even before "Operating Systems"...pure DOS. No boot-up pattern, just the black screen with a bl<x>inking white underscore. Internet?? Phhht. I was there when it was a room, lol.

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No

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WHAT? THERE WAS LIFE BEFORE THE INTERNET???

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Yeah I spent alot of time watching South Park that hasn't changed much

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Gee, was South Park before the Internet???

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Well before I had access to it both came out around the same time

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Vaguely yes

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yup, and being chased by a saber tooth tiger while out hunting for wooly mammoths

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*throws laptop out window* ٩(̾●̮̮̃̾•̃̾)۶

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My eye sight started getting worse starting in 1994. Coincidentally, I haven't been outside nearly as much since then either, lol

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Yes. It was wonderful. I had no where near the amount of fabricated drama and stuff to b!tch about.

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Yes, I am one of those people who didn't have access to the internet before 1997. Prior to that, as you well know, we made much more use of landline telephones, faxes, and snail mail.

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You were ahead of me. I got connected early in 2000.

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Yes I do. It does make it easier to keep me distracted from the strife in my life and talk to people around the world.

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