My Playstation 2.
I still use a notebook almost every day
Definitely our home phone.
An HP financial calculator.
My TV is a 27 inch Toshiba CRT.
Installing it into the wall unit caused one hernia. I'd pay $50 for someone else to remove it from the living room AND take it away.
The other problem is that the biggest LCD TV that will fit in the same space is a 32 inch LCD, and that's not big enough. I'd take 50 inches and put it on a TV cart.
But, what would I do with the big, empty, square space in the wall unit? Maybe an aquarium...
A flip PHONE they are like dinosaur bones
I still use my ClickFree Automatic Backup gadget to back up my computer files. They haven't made one in years and the company itself is out of business, but the gadget still works better than newer backup devices that I've used from other companies.
I also still use a push button cell phone. It's 4G but it doesn't browse online and you can't download apps to it. I like it though because it had big, easy to use buttons, has a long battery life and is much more durable than a smart phone. It was cheap too. Less than $10.
A rickshaw. It's not easy to find a person willing to pull it for $3/hr plus mileage and tips. And if you do find somebody they only last for about a mile and then I'm stuck a mile from home with a rickshaw and a gal I picked up along the way. Not fun.
Happy New Year 2021, the world is ready to welcome it with open arms. All across the world, people are looking forward to welcoming 2021 and bidding goodbye to the challenging year that was 2020.
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to look forward to new beginnings and this time, more than ever, the hope is that 2021 will bring health and prosperity to all.
no they still apply today
What the h*** is this Phineas and Ferb?
whats today how am i supposed to know
It's newer than my Canon Power Shot that uses Compact Flash memory and is powered by AA batteries, but I still use it since it still works and you can still get Compact Flash cards at camera stores and websites.
Pinstripes are a timeless classic look,that is still worn in the workplace today.
AnswerYes, that is how they make their money. The newest, latest and greatest product of today is tomorrow's obsolete collection of junk. Most electronic products are obsolete by the time you get them home.AnswerIn technology, everything becomes outdated soon. You will still be able to buy games for it if that is what worries you.all technology gets outdated sooner or later but its game consoles that become outdated the slowest because its every 5 to 7 years when the new system for the company comes out
yes the genocide is still going on today in rwanda, they never stoped it. people are still in a cultural war over the same thing to have power.
If it's the only thing available, yes. Otherwise, no.
101st Army Airborne is a armed forces group to the U.S. Army. They are still active and are still used today. During WWII, They were trained to parachute out of airplanes. They still do the same thing today. They get intensive training.
One example is a serial modem, though somewhat outdated today.
An abacus is an ancient Chinese calculator that is still in use today.
thing they talk about long time ago still influencing by the world today also past old things were still used today for example greek fine art their atr today still use it
One thing that some still use but all should is etiquette.
99 Cents Each
whats in is that the world did not end
Because we had to teach this lesson so that the other generation will also know
Yes, the concept of quartering America's troops in private homes is outdated today. Until the Civil War, most troops were volunteer militia who responded to the call to arms. while there were forts, there were no military bases that had permanent quarters for troops. Today however, America's volunteer military is provided with living quarters on such bases as Camp Lejeune, NC (USMC) or Fort Hood, Tx (Army).
because its a fun thing to do any many people enjoy this historical event
because 'many' of the pakistanis today "have no choice" to go to somewhere else
There is still hoovervilles today whitney
Yes you do still have segregation today :)
Today, Chinese use pottery. They also make different sculptures with clay, the same thing they used back then.