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July 10th, 2008

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12:52 pm - And I see you doing what I try to do for me...
*looking at phone "features"*
Detailed Billing -Get a thorough overview of your monthly bill with Detailed Billing. Includes comprehensive call details, including phone numbers dialed and received, call lengths, and call times. 1.99 a month

Since when is an itemized bill a "feature?"

So I did upgrade to the new phone. And I'll learn to live without an itemized bill in the mail. I can always check online for it, I guess. I keep telling myself its more green/one less thing to shred, but I still find that I'm not keen on it. This is the phone. The Nokia 6085 (The link is to the about.com auto-review)

Booking Through Thursday
What would you do if, all of a sudden, your favorite source of books was unavailable?

Whether it's a local book shop, your town library, or an internet shop ... what would you do if, suddenly, they were out of business? Devastatingly, and with no warning? Where would you go for books instead? What would you do? If it was a local business you would try to help out the owners? Would you just calmly start buying from some other store? Visit the library in the next town instead? Would it be devastating? Or just a blip in your reading habit?

In most cases, it would be just a blip, because I don't really have favourites. I do still visit my favourite chain, Half Price Books when I'm in an area that has them. If Bunny went out of business, it wouldn't bear thinking about because I'd lose more than just a bookstore.

Take this Yiddish language survey. Even if you're not Jewish. They're looking for different perspectives. scooter, you will be amused by one of the questions.

Grrr. Hate summer. Want Lanna to come out and have adult talk with me, but with the kids out of school....sigh.
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative

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[User Picture]
Date:July 10th, 2008 05:08 pm (UTC)
Nice survey...I filled it out.
[User Picture]
Date:July 10th, 2008 10:31 pm (UTC)
I clicked "next" from the into page, filled out the first real page, clicked "next" again, and was taken back to the intro page. I tried a few other things and couldn't figure out any way to make it let me through to the second real page.
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Date:July 11th, 2008 12:50 pm (UTC)
Must have a moral objection to Canadians!
Date:July 10th, 2008 11:05 pm (UTC)

I miss you too!

I took the survey. Shiksa that I am! I think that between being a fan of the Rhodha show when I was younger and the Polish thing, I'll totally skew the results for the goyim.

Got any supper times open next week? (Tues and Thurs are especially good ~ Mr. Lanna takes the Polonia to soccer club at 6pm) Young Mr Spock would love the alone time.
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Date:July 11th, 2008 12:51 pm (UTC)

Re: I miss you too!

Actually, both of those days are currently free.

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