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by Steven Haninger / October 11, 2011 10:50 PM PDT
Cell phones outnumber people in the US

I've seen people with one in each ear and, despite law and common sense, they've become as much a hazard as a helper. There was an old joke about the population explosion and a woman having a baby ever so many seconds...the punch line being that "someone needs to stop that woman!" Happy
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by MarkFlax Forum moderator / October 11, 2011 10:56 PM PDT
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If the population in the UK was counted in cell phones and not people, we would be 180 million instead of 60 million! Happy

I've only got one, so someone has got 5, their own 3 and my two.

Mark

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In this house...
by Willy / October 12, 2011 11:17 PM PDT
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I get a new cell phone every now and then. I didn't fall for the "the plans" as it were from some typical cell co. but rather now buy time. If a battery dies or can't remain strong for long, I get another phone. Or, I will trade-up to get a feature that needed for the time-being. Doing this has caused me to have several phones laying around. HOWEVER, I donate these sooner later to county recycling pgms. to give to shelter women, etc. or simply to generate funds as they're returned to some other cause. I like to think, I got my money's worth and still generate some goodwill later.

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