From: Eric Stevens <>
Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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On Thu, 09 Nov 2017 18:36:02 -0500, nospam<nospam@nospam.invalid>

>In article<>, Eric Stevens
><> wrote:
>> >> > yuo gotta be kidding imagine the problems of drivers writing emails on
>> >> > their PC as they drive down the motorway or sidewalk, they're bad enough
>> >> > when doing on a phone !.
>> >> > Go up to amnyone walking along the road typing on their phone and tell
>> >> > them that it'd be easier if they had a PC see what they say.
>> >> 
>> >> Why would anybody use a PC when driving a car???
>> >
>> >Why wouldn't they if they can do more on a PC than on a phone or a tablet,
>> >you've been explaining how much better a desktop is for what people want to
>> >do.
>> >
>> Would someone want to drive a car while carrying out brain surgery?
>> ... what about driving a car while making a pizza?
>> ... or driving a car while knitting a plaid jersey?
>absurd examples. 
>> Then why should they be driving a car while writing an email?
>because writing an email or texting can be done via dictation, ideal
>while in a car, plus the person could also be a passenger.

Dictating is not writing.

The passenger could be carrying out brain surgery, or making a pizza,
or knitting a plaid jersey. But by definition, passengers are not
driving a car.


Eric Stevens