192 pages? Siu, what are you doing and who are you calling? 192 pages! Young lady you just turn that phone off!!!
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2007 Specialized Tricross Comp Triple, 2007 Trek T1, 2006 Specialized Roubaix
2006 Bianchi Cross Concept, 1989 Miyata Sportrunner, 2006 Bianchi Axis, 2008 Specialized Crosstrail Expert
Lullaby Of Foo
Now I lay me down to sleep
Keep my bike safe from the bicycle thief
Keep my tootsies toasty warm
keep my carbon from any harm
Good Night Road Bike
Good Night Moutain Bike
Good night all you Foosters
And good night Moon
Does Pheard really have that much to say?
You should send them the payment in 192 envelopes, each one containing a check for 1/192nd of the bill. Stick a post-it note to the last check, saying, "Please don't send me this much paper ever again. Thanks!"
I've sent (3), count'em, three text messages in 2008. All to my 14 year old daughter. Last MONTH she sent over 2700.
Now THAT is a generation gap kiddies.
192 pages? You must be pretty hot and popular. Good work, keep it up.
Oh, and get an unlimited cellphone plan for God's sake.
I don't text, I email.
I use the phone. Can't stand text messaging.
I haven't sent a friggin' text message in my life (I'm 20 years old), apparently it is too much to ask for a basic phone that has caller id, phone book, and nothing more. I keep my phone conversation concise and with no mindless rambling whatsoever, I don't see how people my age and younger have that much to say. A friend of my mine once racked up a $700 phone bill, nutso. Oh yes, the carriers here charge $0.15 per text if you are not on unlimited. Right now, 2 carriers are slated to charge $0.15 on every incoming text in the coming month.
Yeah. Incoming calls. Most of my text messages are INCOMING. I get spam too. That is where most of the texting is from - incoming! People sending me pics from their trips, people asking questions, trying to make appts. I end up calling them to just GET IT OVER WITH. But no. They still text me.
I might just cancel it. I don't really use it for outgoing. The only reason I got it was to avoid phone calls but to be honest, it's more of a hassle to text.
Text messegers look weird doing it.
Wouldn't it be faster (and cheaper, if you don't have an unlimited texting plan) to just call the person and tell them whatever you have to say?
Text messages can be useful if you are in a location with spotty service...the message may get through where a phone call doesn't.
Countries I've ridden in: US, Canada, Ireland, UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, China, Singapore, Malaysia
States I've ridden in: Illinois, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Nevada, Missouri, Colorado
Not to mention the inconvenience of wind noise while riding in a pace line, that's where texting really beats a phone call!
Won't you pour me a cuban breeze, Gretchen?
I got two spam texts today, that looked like porno come-ons, so I had Sprint disable texting for my main mobile phone. It had been a very long time since my last spam text, but with two in one day, I figured the flood gates would open, so I stopped it. I should pay more attention, as I had been paying five bucks a month for who knows how long, for a service I almost never use.
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