I really can’t believe the Doctors now days, I go in there and tell him how I am feeling and all he does is turn around and punch buttons on his computer, I ask him question for my wife and he punches some more buttons, stares at the screen for a while then turns back around to me.
The Doctors now days don’t know anything, all they can do is punch the buttons and try to find an answer, none of them know anything without those danged computers, it really frustrates me to have a Doctor who can’t look you in the eye and answer a question without asking his Wee-Gee Board (Ouija board) first.
If you want to find a good Doctor today you have to go out to the cemetery and look at his tombstone, because all the good ones are long gone.
This was part of a conversation I had with a ninety three year old man who still lives at home with his wife, he still drives and is very opinionated on the things he believes in, needless to say.
Computers are a big part of our lives today, but think how different people see them. People of this mans generation have no use for them nor do they actually understand how they work, most see computers as an invasion of their privacy, and an annoyance, they lived the majority of their lives with no computers around and they see no need for them now.
People in my generation have seen life both with and without computers, when we were kids computers were massive and a thing of the future, now nearly every home has at least one, we are learning how to use them, and are finding out how great they are as long as everything is working well, we understand the need for them but really wouldn’t have a problem without them.
The younger generation, our kids and the young people running this country so to say, have always lived around computers, and can’t imagine a world without them, every aspect of their lives revolve around a smart phone, tablet, I pad, or a laptop, they have no problem diagnosing a problem with this technology where I have a problem finding the on/off switch, yes I know there isn’t one.
I remember the “Computer Room” of a company I worked for when I was younger, this room was packed wall to wall and floor to ceiling with massive machinery that monitored the system, and now a young man I know who works the exact same job has never viewed the old computer room, the system is now monitored with his laptop, I can just imagine my elderly friend would have been out in the field physically monitoring the same system.
Everything in life seems to change as fast as we learn it, knowledge comes with understanding, some things we will never understand, for the things of the past we can feel secure knowing our elders can always remind us exactly how far we have come, and for the things of today, our younger generation can take care of it with all the new technology, because I have a feeling, they have never seen and have no clue about booting up a Ouija board.