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mrskrismendoza mrskrismendoza 8 years
I never use a cell phone.
m-m-m m-m-m 8 years
Down with Blockbuster! Corporate Schmucks. I can't believe they already increased their prices on their stupid copycat, trying to smash the competition mail plan. When is that company going to fold already?? I curse them for all the thousands of independent video stores that they put out of business. Screw them!
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
i'm happy about the netflix thign, we are switching to that from blockbuster because blockbuster raised our plan price.
SkinnyMarie SkinnyMarie 8 years
Im not a big cell phone user, but I don't think I could go without one.
vinnie vinnie 8 years
I lived without a cell phone for a while. Having to pull over to find a phone to let an appointment know you're stuck in traffic is a real pain in the a**. Not to mention calling home from the grocery store because you forgot your list. And let's talk about pay phone sanitation. Gross!
Liz7757 Liz7757 8 years
I think e-paper would be perfect for including videos in periodicals (i.e. exercise, hair, and make-up tips, interviews). I imagine that's where it will end up eventually. It just has to become more cost effective and bio-degradable. When I first heard of e-paper about 2 years ago, I thought it would be neat to have a "book" made of e-paper that you could buy and have the ability to download various books, papers, and magazines to for a nominal fee. But they make those now, so I've missed the boat on that idea.
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