“Fusion” is a bullshit word. I’m not saying that fusion-style restaurants can’t have good food, but I see the intentions of the place. By combining Japanese/Chinese/Thai/etc., they can cover more ground, and give people more choice and variety. Well, fusion may mean more options, but it also typically means you’re losing authenticity.
There are some really weird quirks in the language we all commonly use. Here’s an example: “Wanna go to the movies this weekend? — “Sure I’m down for that.” OR “Wanna go to the movies this weekend?” — “Sure I’m up for the that.” If up and down are opposites, how can being up for something and down for something mean the exact same thing? Now my head hurts.
One more difference between computers and people — resting helps sick people get better, but not computers. Shutting down your computer overnight does not help get rid of it’s viruses.