Wednesday Weirdness #351

I’ve already starting seeing advertisements for the 2020 releases of various products. These days, everything is like cars. Next year’s editions come out in July or August. It does kinda make the 2018 versions I use seem old and in need of updating.


  1. In another couple of years, the cycle will have spanned an entire year, so in 2021 the new versions will be 2023. I remember when the car manufacturer’s came out with the half year versions…Ford back in 64 or 65 I think started this.

    • Old Guy: The trend has definitely gone too far. We’ve reached the point when you can’t find summer clothes in July or winter clothes in January/February. I like to plan ahead; but I’m not thinking about what I’m going to shovel snow in this winter.

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