Just get on with the job!

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Why do modern printers take so long preparing to print?

It’s their job, isn’t it? Printing is what they do. So they shouldn’t have to ‘prepare’ every time they print something, should they?

It’s not like I’m setting them some sort of imp-ossible challenge when I press the ‘print’ button, is it?

Have modern printers become almost as ‘precious’ as actors?

Are they thinking ‘what’s my motivation?’ before they start doing the job?

Can’t they just get on with the printing? What’s the problem?

I’d really like to know!

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