#55 – Sauced

I was kind of excited a few years back when I got my first printer that had a built in fax machine. No longer will I have to go to the local fax machinery and pay 10 bucks to send some sort of important document across the country. I think I used it one whole time. That was now 3 printers ago. The amazing world of home fax machines never really turned out like it was in my dreams.

Today’s Biff has a small carbon footprint.

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10 thoughts on “#55 – Sauced”

  1. hayabusa says:

    i’m not sure what i feel sorry for more, the pizza or the shredder. no wait, the pizza for sure

  2. Typhin says:

    When I was little, I used a dial-up modem to send a fax to a friend’s fax machine (Well, his father’s business fax machine…) since I couldn’t reach him by phone… Except I accidentally sent it multiple times. I got chewed out a little for that. ^_^;;

  3. reynard61 says:

    Faxes are obsolete as far as I’m concerned. If I ever need to send a document electronically, I’ll just scan it, turn it into a .pdf file and e-mail it. Same result, just as fast.

    1. Jeannie says:

      Don’t need fax machines until you need to get a legal document signed and from one place to another quickly. Then you have to fax.

  4. Radical Edward says:

    Last time I ever saw a fax machine was in Toy Story 2. Al sent photos of Woody via fax.

  5. Acies says:

    I had a home fax machine!! =D I got it before scanners became a common item (the fax machine was attached to the phone), so it worked very well as photocopier =P Unfortunately the paper was very floppy and waxy, so everything would fade w/in the month @_@

  6. Library Lady says:

    Three of four home printers ago I had a fax included and could never figure out how to work it. I usually ended up going into the office and faxing from there. Still do.

  7. Centaur71 says:

    When you want your eats FAX free and easy

  8. Mahnarch says:

    Automatic pizza slicer – as long as you like long strips.

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