calling them human is a bit much, there's at least a few billion bug people and then you have the indians (dot not feather) who are at best going to kindly ask you please sir to do their homework for them on stackoverflow.
Don't come to the UK (or many other civilised countries) because I think you've just committed a criminal offence here (under the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006). Then again I'm guessing you don't get out of your trailer park often.
* Yes it is, regardless of what Wikipedia says. Trick or treating was vanishingly rare or unknown over here before Buffy and the other high school programmes popularised it (and High School Proms, gawd help us).
Punch card porn? I don't want to know!
Well, there *were* punched card decks to produce on the line printer various "artworks", since you ask!
Slashdot eats degree symbols, even if encoded as HTML entities. Alas we cannot poke fun at people for that particular typographical wandering.
Neither the SI temperature unit (K) nor the most common (C) require a pesky degree symbol. As the internets is supposed to be worldwide and modern, perhaps chosing one of those units might have been more appropriate?
It seems our technology continues to expand in all directions and then collapse into a single device. TVs, PCs, and phones are becoming part of the same thing.
You missed out the next step. The lawyers & marketing bods get involved, realise they are losing money, and split the hardware and software up into discrete items again, that they can sell to you individually. Rinse, and repeat.
You have jobs?
Yes, he didn't die, he retired to Hebden Bridge.