All time is digital

I no longer wear a watch these days. After all, my computer at work has a clock; my car has one and my cell phone does too. There's no need to weigh my wrist down with one as well. Today, I was stuck all day in a "workshop". No work is getting done, of course. More of a gripe session. But I digress. The last speaker was on, and I thought he was done, so I'd packed up my laptop, but he kept going on and on. And I badly needed to see the time -- there was a "honey-do" I needed to do -- but I'd left my cell phone in my office and the meeting room, as far as I could see, had no clock. What was this, a casino?

So I did what I always do in such situations. I tried to sneak a peek at the wrist of someone sitting near me.

Only one fellow was wearing a watch. And his was digital, so I couldn't read the time.  Next time, I need to sit beside older fogeys.

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