Unjerk Thread of January 04, 2020

What does one actually do with a second monitor at home? I'm not being facetious - truly wondering. I use two monitors at work because I need to use multiple applications at once, but I can't imagine needing that at home.

And keep in mind that for many people, myself included, a PC is an investment that can take some time to pay off. I'd rather my games play better than have a second monitor, put it into a better CPU or graphics card instead.

Funko pops are normally less than $10 each, so something that someone can afford to collect without swiping the credit card or dropping a lot of money all at once. I have a friend with not a lot of money who has picked up a good number of the Funkos over the years but doesn't have a second monitor for his PC.

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