1. So, what's up with professional photographers, now that everyone has phones which take pictures? Like, do they even have jobs anymore?
My photographer friend loves to make fun of iPhone cameras, because they only have eight megapixels. Eight megapixels! Ha ha ha ha ha! I don't understand the joke at all, because I don't know what a megapixel is.
2. Why don't I have a camera? Last time I checked, they cost over $300, and the only thing they can do is take pictures. For that kind of money, a tablet with a built-in camera is much more useful. Heck, buy a 3DS!
But here's a question for all you people with fancy digital cameras. Do they automatically sync up to your computer? Back in the 90's, the only way to get pictures off a digital camera was to use a super-weird USB cord which only worked with a special program that required a CD to be in the CD-ROM drive. My parents (and various other older people) could not figure it out, and so they just looked at the pictures on the tiny screen on the back of the camera.
...Actually, I'm pretty sure my parents still don't know how to get digital pictures off of a camera and onto a computer. Mom just uses the photo printing booth at Costco, because it does all the work for her.
3. Every now and then, I hear about people who become rich, by robbing the poor. I never studied finance in school, but...isn't that a bad business strategy? If you want to become rich, the easiest way to do it should be robbing rich people. At least, that's what I learned from watching Robin Hood.
Come to think of it, I think I learned more about economics from Robin Hood than I did from high school.