Almost every time I buy new music. I like having a "hard copy" and it sounds better if I'm listening at home vs. on my phone.
In this part of California combines are harder to come by, so they started using Recreational Vehicles (a.k.a. "RVs") as a "warm up" before the formal Derby with the rolling junkyard wrecks. If you've never seen an RV Demolition Derby, you aren't missing much because RVs are so flimsy and cheaply made that they fall apart if you breathe on them too hard, especially if they have a few hard years under their fanbelts. Ralph Nader wasted his time claiming the Chevrolet Corvair was unsafe at any speed while these spit-and-tissue behemoths were crossing the country.Demolition Derby. Although now using combines is a "thing"...
Never. I have CD players that do a perfectly good job of playing my CDs as they are. Also, I agree with Mr. Hufford--I want a hard copy of whatever entertainment media I've purchased.When did you convert Audio-CDs to mp3-files for your USB-player the last time??
I think bicycle, revolver, prescription glasses, cutlery, thread and needle, pickaxe, hammer and nails, bucket, strawhat, pizza oven, casket, fountain pen, sword, canoe and paddle, candle, soap bar, socks, leather jackets and shoes, teddy bear, curtain, pillow and blanket, gravestone are all here to stay
I'm creeping up on my 60th birthday and I have never seen a bidet in real life; only in movies, and then usually in the form of a visual gag. If/when I see one I'll know what it is and what it's for, but will still not have the first clue about how to actually use it....The first time my mother ever saw a bidet was fifty years ago in a motel room in Quebec, and she said, and I quote, "well that's a hell of a place to put a drinking fountain."
I'm creeping up on my 60th birthday and I have never seen a bidet in real life; only in movies, and then usually in the form of a visual gag. If/when I see one I'll know what it is and what it's for, but will still not have the first clue about how to actually use it.