Who Are You, Exactly?
You buy projectors. Why, exactly?
It's interesting to imagine the types of customers who buy a particular product we're selling. It's especially interesting when the people organizing sales don't do their jobs and dump something in my lap four days after it was supposed to be done and say, "HEY THIS IS DUE TOMORROW JUST WRITE SOME WERDS DOWN, SHOULDN'T TAKE U LONG. SORRY WON'T HAPPEN AGAIN HER HER HER." (Spoiler: it'll happen again. Tomorrow.)
Anyway, let's talk projectors, I guess, because I've got to fill some space before I can say I met the barest minimum of standards before signing off on this cluster.Who buys projectors, exactly? People with huge living rooms? School boards? Aspiring movie theatre owners? It's a foreign concept to me, the idea of owning something like an Optoma PK301 Pico Projector. I have a television. I also haven't seen a projector since I was in grade school, so I can only assume the technology has improved.
I like to picture it's somebody who hosts neighborhood-wide movie nights on a garage door.
Hey, look at that! I hit my character limit!