Computers replace humans in relationship stakes


Even really bad marriages don't have breakdowns that often.

On average, those polled estimated they wasted 12 hours per month on computer problems but were unable to determine if they spent as many hours fighting with their spouse.

The majority of those surveyed -- 52 percent -- described the experience of their biggest recent computer problem as one of anger, sadness or alienation.

The emotional fallout was similar to that which accompanies a bad relationship.

Let's be honest here and admit -- their both unreliable -- lover and computer.