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I Was Born a Gadget Person

Prompt: Technology — It’s in my DNA

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My father was a tool and die maker by trade, long before I was born. He loved machinery and gadgets. We were the first family on our block to have a microwave oven way back in 1968. He used to tell me never to blame a piece of machinery for not working. If they’re broken, they can be fixed. Furthermore, they only do what they’re told to do by the Humans…

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