ratten46 wrote:HA! I'm writing this from my iPad, and I'll read it later from my Xoom. Maybe if I get bored, I'll check in later tonight from my Omnia... LMAO.... How many phones have you owned in the last 21 years?
I guess I'm just not as cool as you. Which of your plethora of devices are you reading this one on? The one the one that wastes money? The one that wastes time? Or the one that turned you into an a-hole?
Now, I'm a bit of an introvert myself, but you obviously have a very strange preference for/ dependence upon technology that might border on unhealthy.
You should think about maybe having a conversation with a real person once in a while.
Phones in the past 21 years? That's going back a bit. And yes, I had a pager back in the day. I really hope that "21 years" was a typo. If you really think that widespread cell phone usage was around 21 years ago, you are quite mistaken. Back in 1990? Nope.
But seriously, this is a dumb thing to argue about. But to make the point, I just don't understand why any one would pay for redundant service on 3 devices that are all essentially the same thing. I mean, I have a desktop pc in my office, a laptop for whatever, my phone that I can go online with, my blu-ray play that I stream netflix, amazon, pandora, etc, etc, etc....
But unless you need them for professional reasons, why would you have an iphone, a blackberry, and an android? ...at the same time?
That's like saying, "Let's order a pizza tonight. We only need one pizza, but I'll call and order from Pizza Hut AND Domino's."