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Old 12-14-2006, 09:07 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I've owned 18 different cell phones this year. Does that qualify me as a chick who likes gadgets? I used to drive an F150, but I like F250s, also. Just don't pull up in a Chevy. ;)

I am, however, married and unfortunately he isn't into tech stuff. But, thankfully, he's grown accustomed to my little addiction. I leave my blackberry on the kitchen counter at night, but only because it needs to stay out of reach of my dogs. One of them enjoys chewing on cell phones. In any case, I seriously doubt hubby will ever be into phones like I am. I keep talking about his upcoming upgrade and he keeps telling me he likes his phone (an unlocked, unbranded blue V3). I don't understand. He's had it six months. He's not ready for a new one?

Oh, well. There's probably really only room for one tech addict in the house anyway.

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Old 12-14-2006, 09:40 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I've owned 18 different cell phones this year. Does that qualify me as a chick who likes gadgets? I used to drive an F150, but I like F250s, also. Just don't pull up in a Chevy. ;)
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Oh, well. There's probably really only room for one tech addict in the house anyway.
I drive the F150, she has the Tacoma with locking rear, and we don't share motorcycles either. We have a weekend coonhound. There are no landlines, cell phone, laptops, televisions in the bedrooms.

I handle the tech addict chores.
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I do have a single, older sister (she just turned 40). But, she has a PPC 6700. Don't hold it against her. I try not to. ;)

Actually, she's kind of jealous of my Blackberry. But, she has Qwest and they don't offer a Blackberry. Sigh.
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Yup its true. My lovely wife has decided the BB internet is very useful to have on tap anywhere.

I spent the day at the Mall in DC. Blackberry Maps was extremely helpful when looking for some addresses downtown. My lovely wife has decided internet and the BB is a great thing. She has questions, I have answers.

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Yes, the American Indian Musuem is nice. Not many know about of it as it has been only open a couple years and didnt get alot of press like WWII. Odd is it not very crowded being on the next block from the Air & Space Musuem. If anyone gets to DC, it is well worth the visit.
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