Bah. I forgot the gaming consoles when I did the count in my head, that changes my vote from 7-8 to 10+. It's a 2 person household.
or a feral possum.
"Smoke me a kipper, I'll be bake for breakfast!"
Scones. They get cooked at around 230C, as do a number of other baked goods.
We renovated last year, and as part of it, we replaced all the light fittings in the house and changed all the globes to LEDs.
The globes may have cost more, but they have a significantly lower energy consumption.
I get to my desk around 7:30am, I might start actually working sometime after the 9:00 stand up.
There are ads that play sounds? I have the speaker set to mute on my (work) computer, so rarely notice.
The Ads disabled checkbox has vanished for me a couple of months ago, it makes me a sad panda.
As a long term Apple user (check my user name), I have been honestly surprised as to the number of MacBooks I see on trains and in the office that people are bringing in as BYODs. We are a dyed in the wool Microsoft house, but they somehow make it work.
Replying from a work machine still running an XP SOE.
I'm fat and I get up at 6:00 and am generally at work before the sun comes up. It must be because I'm lazy, and not because I commute and work stupid hours.
To be fair, Ballmer seemed to be modeled on Dino.
Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun. Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.
Douglas Adams, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Burning some mod points to respond - I think if you read the opinion pages and editorials of The Age you would have a different view of them supporting the Mad Monk's government. They get accused pretty heavily of being left leaning Labour party supporters. It's Murdoch's Newscorp who are the rabid LNP supporters.
I used to do consulting for Xerox, it was fairly typical for hospitals to depreciate hardware (such as beds, autoclaves, photocopiers) over 20 years. You can't even get parts for copiers after that amount of time, you are generally relying on 3rd party refill kits for toner and other consumables. From memory 10 years was pretty standard for printers.