What do these things have in common?: A computer, a book, and a teacher

Asked Dec 03, 2009
They all can provide you with information. They all require energy in some form. Teachers require energy by consuming food, and their bodies then convert that food into energy, and then burn that energy throughout every day tasks. Computers require electrical energy to operate. A book, this one is a bit of a stretch, requires energy because as you read that book, aside from the usual autonomous tasks your body performs such as blinking eyes and beating heart, your brain is constantly computing each word you read, and everything your body is doing, even when you simply turn the page, your body is constantly burning energy, which, like the teacher, is acquired through food. Another thing that's common among these objects is that they are all physical objects, otherwise known as concrete nouns. Concrete nouns are, well, a noun is a person, place, or thing, and a concrete noun is a person, place, or thing that is a physical object. So "California" is not a concrete noun, it's just a location. Yes you can technically touch California by touching the ground while being within the governmentally defined bounds of California, it's not quite the same as say, a computer, which you can actually physically touch a computer. A good way to remember this is to think of "concrete" it's a concrete noun, like a sidewalk. Another similarity between all these items is that they can all be found at a school. Computer in the computer lab, book in the library, and teacher in the classroom. Lastly, they all have some form of skin. The plastic casing on a computer acts as a skin, the cover on a book is like a skin, and well, I most certainly hope your teachers have skin, if they don't, please send pictures.
Answered Dec 03, 2009
Hey howed you know that. you smart dude/dudet
I just figured it out as I went along. You just have to think of how everything in the world is related in some way. I can take any item, and relate it to any other item in existence (except actors, because I'm really bad with that, but they're all humans [more or less] so that's good enough). Everything is relative in some way, shape, or form.
The three you have asked are the words , the combination of some alphabet and moreover all the three have vowels in them and the astonishing part is all bahave the same way. Like the book if written by a sound brain shall guide you proper otherwise shall behave as a computer, if dealt properly shall be of great help otherwise shall crash and shall make you to wait for such long as such you become a dump and last but not the least your teacher if is of sound brain in , shall turn you to right direction as the arragement of letters expect " t + e + a + c + h + e + r " otherwise shall behave like rearranged alphabets of teacher " c + h + e + a + t + e + r" . Aren't they all common.
Answered Jun 08, 2010
nothing incoment!
Answered Oct 05, 2010
theyre all anoying sometimes...especially the teacher x
Answered Mar 01, 2012
Um... Each of them is smart? :)
Answered Mar 10, 2013
Each of them provide you with a fine set of information whenever needed. Every existed query can be resolved through the computer, book or by any teacher.
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Answered Sep 04, 2014

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