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- February 15, 2008 at 3:25 pm #256047Guest
When DH and me moved into our house last year we had a
built in dishwasher. We had one in our apartment aswell. I grew up in the 70’s where my parents could
not afford a dishwasher and so I got used to not
having. I rarely use a dishwasher. Only when we havea holiday family gathering and even then, I rather use
my hands. We have basic cable too. I don’t watch as
much t.v. as I used to. Its not because we cannotafford it, it’s simply that my needs have changed as I
have gotten older. I think sometimes when we have too
much choice, people want more. I just limit mychoices and then I find I do better with less.
— firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I’ve never had or wanted a dishwasher so I would> definitely say its not a need. People say that if I
> got one I’d soon be lost without it. Maybe, I don’t
> know. I actually find washing dishes kind of> relaxing and I also get help with them from my
>> I also don’t have cable. My husband nags me about it
> because of the lack of choice and reception but
> there is only one company to choose from at the time> (Comcast) and they are just too expensive. We did
> have them and the service was unreliable at times.
> Maybe when there is a bit of competition in the> area, that will all change?
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