I really need a better computer. The one I'm using now stinks and needs to be replaced by something that is easier to handle, and has working USB ports. This HP is about as useful as tits on a rattlesnake and I'd much rather replace it with a Macintosh. Please help.
I need your help getting a refurbished Macintosh. This HP I'm currently on is screwed up, and HP as a company is screwed up. The USB ports on this machine are worthless, and I can't get the drivers replaced. The only choice I really have is to get a Mac, and that will cost me something like $400 via the San Diego Futures Foundation. At least Apple is run by adults.
Click on the button to send the money, and remember that you don't even let your enemy use Windows.
And that is, San Diego Transit doesn't want you using their buses for anything as unimportant as getting around town, or even to and from work. The buses don't go where you need to go, transfers are not available, and all too often there is a gap between the routes you may need to get to where you need to go. And all too often you can find yourself needing to take a roundabout route to get to a place you young folks could easily walk to.
What it comes down to is, I need to get a bike. However, with my heart condition I find I'm going to need what is known as a ebike. That is, an electric powered motorized bicycle. But, I don't have the money for one. The prices I've seen online say between 1k and 2k $, but since I also need a new(er) computer to replace this old thing, that means I'm not going to have the money for an ebike before I get substantially older.
And then I learn that the folks at Amazon have no blinkin' idea of how to classify ebikes, lumping them in with regular bikes haphazardly. That makes it damn hard to find an ebike I can put on a wishlist. The cybernetics community in this dang reality are just to precious for anyone's good.
Just got a call from my new Dr. and she's says I am definitely anemic. We'll be looking into that, but for now she wants me on red meat along with iron pills. The pills Medicaid will pay for, but the red meat means I need donations for the rest of this month. The donation button is in the sidebar, so if you are feeling generous go ahead and click on it.
About 5:23 local time I'm turning 65, which means I'll be officially old. Now I'm aware that 65 is supposed to be the new 25, but I don't remember being tired all the time, or having a bad heart back 40 years ago. You age, you die, you reboot and get a new life. And I've been doing this awhile. As a wise old buzzard once put it, "A thousand deaths is not cowardice, it is merely repetition."
But anyway, since turning 65 means changes I've decided to note it, and to make a request. But first...
Yesterday I learned by new doctor wants to look into my thyroid condition. Also that I am mildly anemic and likely lacking in B12 and folic acid. Add to that over spending and I could use some donations.
is where you can send it. They would be used for food and drink. Yes, I could go to a distribution center, but I may not have the strength for that.
I also need to get my clothes done again, and that will take money. There are also things I could use, but I think I can get by until the first of April.
Last but certainly not least I may be getting a walker, because at this moment I just don't have the endurance I used t0, and getting a wheelchair is not possible because my bed's just too damn big. And I have to wait until Jan of 2021 before I can get a better apartment. So if you can spare a shekel or two feel free to use the button above.