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I'm a Stranger Here Myself: Notes on Returning to America After Twenty Years Away - Design Flaws, Room Service, Consuming Pleasures, The Numbers Game, Junk-Food Heaven, How to Have Fun at Home, Tales of the North Woods, The Cupholder Revolution, Number, Please and Friendly People Summary & Analysis

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Design Flaws, Room Service, Consuming Pleasures, The Numbers Game, Junk-Food Heaven, How to Have Fun at Home, Tales of the North Woods, The Cupholder Revolution, Number, Please and Friendly People Summary and Analysis

Bill marvels at the seemingly unending styles and designs of athletic shoes but wonders why his computer keyboard is so hard to use. Bill does not like that many keys are duplicated and that there is no key for the ½ fraction. Bill also wonders about design flaws in cars, VCRs, TV remote controls, microwave ovens and more. In contrast, Bill loves old-style motels because they are a part of the vanishing American popular culture of the 1950s. Bill relates fond memories of traveling...

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