posted on Aug, 12 2008 @ 09:34 PM
To me it is the significance behind WHY he never learned to use a computer. This shows a man with no desire to ask questions or learn anything new.
It signifies inflexibility, and the inability to adapt to change. Perhaps a rejection of progress? How many times per DAY do I wonder about
something and look it up? The amount of information he is missing out on must be staggering! Honestly, after all the hype about computers, you'd
have to be brain-dead not to want to check it out and see what all the fuss is about.
My decision to get a computer started years ago when I asked my friend why she liked her computer so much. She said she could look up whatever she
thought about and the information was there. I said there are a few pages to read about things? She said, there might be a million references to
what she looked up. I asked her, seriously, a million? She assured me it was true.
Just now, I picked something relatively obscure, banana spider, and came up with 540,000 results.
What am I getting that McCain is missing out on? Up to the minute news stories from around the world, the ability to cross reference information,
email, near instant answers to whatever comes to my mind, easily documented and saved conversations between myself and others.
I suggest that he learn how to use a computer, then get busy brushing up on that very important area he admitted to being deficient in: THE ECONOMY.