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Technology for Country Folk from Larry Trochesset
  1. LOG ON: 

    • Making a wood stove hot. 
  2. LOG OFF: 
    • Too much wood on fire. 
  3. MONITOR: 
    • Keep'n an eye on the wood stove. 
  4. DOWN LOAD: 
    • Gitten the farwood off'n the truck. 
  5. MEGA HERTZ: 
    • When yer not keerfull gitten the farwood. 
  6. FLOPPY DISC: 
    • Whatcha git from tryin to tote too much farwood. 
  7. RAM: 
    • That thar thang what splits the farwood. 
  8. HARD DRIVE: 
    • Gitten home in the winter time.
  9. WINDOWS: 
    • Whut to shut when its cold outside. 
  10. SCREEN: 
    • Whut to shut when its black fly season. 
  11. BYTE: 
    • Whut dem dang flys do. 
  12. CHIP: 
    • Munchies fer the TV. 
  13. MICRO CHIP: 
    • Whut's in the bottom of the munchie bag. 
  14. MODEM: 
    • Whatcha do to the hay fields. 
  15. DOT MATRIX: 
    • Ole Dan Matrix's wife. 
  16. LAP TOP: 
    • Whar the kitty sleeps. 
  17. KEYBOARD: 
    • Whar you hang the dang truck keys. 
  18. SOFTWARE: 
    • Dem dang plastic forks and knifes. 
  19. MOUSE: 
    • What eats the grain in the barn. 
  20. MOUSE PAD: 
    • That's hippie talk fer where the mouse lives. 
  21. MAINFRAME: 
    • Holds up the barn roof. 
  22. PORT: 
    • Fancy flatlander wine.
  23. ENTER: 
    • Notherner talk fer "C'Mon in y'all". 
  24. CLICK: 
    • Whut you hear when you cock yer gun. 
  25. DOUBLE CLICK: 
    • When you cock the double barrel. 
  26. REBOOT: 
    • Whut you have to do right before bedtime, when you have to go to the outhouse. 
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