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I HATE the sound of my own cell phone ringing.
Have you been eating that sandwich again?
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I miss the time when people spent the time behind the wheel driving.
It seems to me that we still HAVE phone booths, they just have 4 wheels and kill people now.
Higher prices AND crappier blanks, no thank you
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I miss the "disconnectedness" of the past, but when I go camping with my son's Scout troop I can get it all back again. Lack of cell coverage FTW!
Random Ċrap (2011: 1/25,8/17,9/14 2010: 12/24,12/1,10/21,4/28,4/1, 2009: 12/25,12/9,4/1, 2008: 5/9,4/1, 2007: 12/25,10/25,3/23)
Screaming Monkey 3/28/08(pink/bluex3), 4/27/07(black), 3/23/07(greenx3)
Sansa MP3 2/11/08 (1gb x2), 8/18/06 (256MB x2), 7/31/06 (256MB x2)
Jumbo Universal Remote x2, DigiPro Graphics Tablet x1, Acer Aspire Desktop Computer x1, VTech Digital Cordless Phone x1,
Pinnacle DVD Maker x1, iRiver Mobile FM Transmitter x3, LeakFrog x3, Adaptec AVC-1400 GameBridge x2
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lutherann wrote:I miss when you would see kids in restaurants paging through picture books from home instead of playing on an iPad because their parents don't want to interact with them.
That actually makes me really sad. In fact, one night I saw this kid at a restaurant playing a game on the iPad. He played the SAME 10 seconds of a racing game literally ALL night: drive for 10 seconds, fall off a bridge, repeat. For like 2 hours. If you're gonna spend 500-800 bucks on a kid, why not get something that might perhaps help his brain?
Think of best friends/ Think of strangers/ Think of lovers/ Think of foes/ Think of children/ Think of family/ Keep in mind that nothing stays
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Analog tv. Broadcast tv died the day it transitioned to digital. And digital certainly doesn't live up to its potential.
Thanks to up-to-the-minute tracking, I don't track my package so much as stalk it.