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Do computers have a future?

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Have computers a future? They've got out of hand.

Like nukes and carbon, it's time they were canned.

Starting out, of course, they were quite all the rage,

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With folks checking spelling and numbering page,

Your neighbor passed on his forty-meg disks,

And a damsel paid great if her screen you could fix.

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But it's always the same where there's money to make,

And Windows and others kept raising the stake.

Windows 3 or 95, or 2000.1,

I looked for advantages and really found none,

Though Dell and Big Blue sold many a set:

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More oomph being needed lest your desktop fret.


But we've come full circle, as everyone bitches,

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