Various & Sundry IV

4 October, 2008
Rat Fink

  1. Check THIS out. Yikes! Bad lil Badger bandies.
  2. Hey, OJ. Lightning rarely strikes twice.
  3. I had a great time with BoomR last night, with another one to come tomorrow morning. Yay!
  4. I need to get little Sean R. a birthday present.
  5. I missed Bob’s birthday. It was on the 2nd. Crap.
  6. Clutch the friggin’ PEARLS. A pro athlete might actually go to jail.
  7. I froze my rat tail off at the game last night. Our guys fought hard, but got smoked. :-(
  8. I hate doing research outlines. Really.
  9. I wonder what Mavis is up to today. She needs to come over and make me a cup of coffee. (*Poof* There, you’re a cup of coffee.)
  10. TRO – how’s your weekend, luv?
  11. Why I will hang with my old-school Razr for awhile longer. Or at least until iPhone decides to release the choke-hold on AT&T. Or vice-versa.

Ok, back to work. PK’s pictures will appear later.

And here they are. I, um, couldn’t use them all. Family blog & stuff, you know. But these are silly:

Funny #1

Funny #2

Funny #3 (my favorite – it’s just so bizarre)

Fink out(lines are my life)

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Kody
Kody
4 October, 2008 5:00 pm

I’m convinced that the iPhone was only made to drive everyone without AT&T insane. It’s a government plot, probably thought up by the Republicans. I’m just saying… if we would of elected John Kerry president last election, I think the iPhone would be on Verizon. I have no factual evidence to back that up, but I don’t think anyone has factual evidence to say I’m wrong, either.

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BoomR
BoomR
4 October, 2008 6:40 pm

I really doubt that you’ll ever see a Sprint/Verizon version of the iPhone. Slicker-than-snot-on-a-hemorrhoid user interface not withstanding, Apple is REALLY trying to drive this product heavy into business channels now (enter 3G data rates, world-class Cisco security/encryption & VPN, and enterprise email-capable with Outlook/Exchange Server support, and THANK GOD: GPS!!). And what do business travelers do a s*itload of? TRAVEL. Seen the latest wave of AT&T commercials that feature customers who missed important calls abroad because their US carrier didn’t have service in the country they were in?? Yup. AT&T & T-Mobile use a technology called GSM. It’s the… Read more »

BoomR
BoomR
4 October, 2008 6:44 pm

Oh, crap! I also forgot to mention CDMA in Israel!! I hate old age & not being able to remember important trivia!!

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BoomR
BoomR
4 October, 2008 8:14 pm

There is no 3G network coverage in this area (3G = Universal Mobile Telecommunications System and now sometimes also referred to as HSDPA – High Speed Downlink Packet Access). BoomR geeks out again…sorry! BUT that doesn’t mean the phone won’t work. When you want to use any of the Internet services (web browsing, email, etc), the phone falls back to EDGE (Enhanced Datarates for GSM Evolution). The phone will work JUST fine, except for the lack of 3G data. Then, when you visit us in Dallas, instead of seeing the little “E” icon in the status bar, you’ll see “3G”!!… Read more »