Death of a calculator! :-(



#7

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#8

It's amazing how TV channels have nothing else to show than this kinda crap...

Very representative of the level of creativity and the lack of models people can identify themselves.

#9

Their I.Q. and their shoe size are one in the same.

The rap just adds the finishing touch to the whole mind numbing experience.


#10

Don't rush into conclusions. It's not a priori a complete imbecile that we watch here. Maybe the kid is just one of these rare arithmetics prodigies who do not need a calculator since they outperform any of them and can handle problems a calculator cannot (like the person referred to in the manual to the HP 45). His motorical skills are below the normal standards I would say.

#11

I felt sick watching that footage. Bleah!

Thinking about the cure we use to treat our calcs!

-- Antonio


#12

Hello!

Quote:
I felt sick watching that footage.

Well, thinking of one or two Ti-30s (and especially a very expensive Jeppesen Pro-Star, manufactured by Ti) that I have owned and hated for their awful, awful, mega-awful keyboards I feel a certain satisfaction watching this video ;-)

Greetings, Max


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