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The Saturday Night Live (SNL) Amazon Echo Silver Skit [Alexa for Seniors] is off-the-chain funny because it is 100% true! I haven’t laughed so hard in a while. You can see the video right here below.
SNL Amazon Echo Silver Skit – Alexa for Seniors
It’s Funny Because It’s True
I bought my 80-year-old mom and 79-year-old stepfather the 2nd Generation Echo smart speaker for Christmas last year.
They used it for a few weeks – mostly for weather and music. Sadly, however, it has been sitting on the shelf collecting dust for the past several months because “We can never remember what to ask her.”
Still, I like having it there because I can drop in when she misplaces the phone (fairly often). And mom knows she can say, “Alexa, call 911” if she falls.
They say, “I don’t know about that,” to pretty much everything. I thought I was the only one. Thanks, SNL and the Amazon Echo Silver smart speaker for making me feel a little less dumb. 😮
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