> Signs That You've Had TOO MUCH Of The 90's:
>> * You try to enter your password
>on the microwave.
>> * You now think of three espressos
>as "getting wasted."
>> * You haven't played solitaire
>with a real deck of cards in years.
>> * You have a list of 15 phone
>numbers to reach your family of 3.
>> * You e-mail your son in his room
>to tell him that dinner is ready,
>> and he emails you back "What's for
>> * Your daughter sells Girl Scout
>Cookies via her web site.
>> * You chat several times a day
>with a stranger from South Africa, but
>> you haven't spoken to your next door
>neighbor yet this year.
>> * You didn't give your valentine a
>card this year, but you posted one
>> for your email buddies via a Web page.
>> * Your daughter just bought on CD
>all the records your college
>> roommate used to play that you most
>> * Every commercial on television
>has a web-site address at the bottom
>> of the screen.
>> * You buy a computer and a week
>later it is out of date and now sells
>> for half the price you paid.
>> * The concept of using real money,
>instead of credit or debit, to make
>> a purchase is foreign to you.
>> * Cleaning up the dining area
>means getting the fast food bags out of
>> the back seat of your car.
>> * Your reason for not staying in
>touch with family is that they do not
>> have e-mail addresses.
>> * You consider 2nd day air
>delivery painfully slow.
>> * You refer to your dining room
>table as the flat filing cabinet.
>> * Your idea of being organized is
>multiple colored post-it notes.
>> * You hear most of your jokes via
>email instead of in person.
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