1.You know you're poor when people are talking about 2005 when you're still living with 1985 electronics. 2.You know you're poor when your microwave still has a knob to turn the settings. 4.You know you're poor when your phone still has a cord and a dial attatched to it. 5.You know you're poor if your internet is still used by your phone. 6.You know you're poor if you don't have a driveway to pull up in to. 7.You know you're poor if you did miss that there was no 3 on the list cause every number/penny counts. 8.You know you're poor if reading "you know you're living in 2005" jokes make you jealous. 9.You know you're poor if it takes your computer longer to come on than to make your coffee. 10.You know you're poor if your television only goes up to 13 channels. 11. You know you're poor when you're told to evacuate a city and you look at it as a shopping spree. 12. You know you're poor if you're still fighting over bread crumbs 5 days later after your city is flooded. 13. You know you're poor if a $2000 debit card is worth more than all of your collective assets.
Mumber 9 was a "gotcha", I didn't notice, and I did scroll back.
I haven't played solitaire with real cards in years.
I do call on the cell phone from the driveway for help unloading the car.
And e-mailing someone maybe not in the desk next to you but twenty feet away may be more efficient than yelling...also they can read it when they get a chance instead of interrupting what they are doing.