You like this one better?
1. Yes, actually.
2. Dr Alfredo Carpineti. One of the good guys in my book.
When they’re not running backwards, what are they?
Quatis aka coati. Their American cousins live in Arizona and New Mexico.
Mad baseball stats. Syllables per Letter, perhaps inspired the Eugenio Suarez, who gets 5 syllables out of 7 letters. (Ay-yoo -hen-ee-oh)
This I wouldnt mind.
Sometimes having everything in my hand keeps me tethered to my phone, ironically.
Mayo with no expiration date.
I have to admit, what I miss most about the old landlines more than almost anything else is the form factor. Using the old cellphone as a phone feels uncomfortable and awkward. A cellphone has horrible ergonomic design as a phone…
I completely agree. I dislike the design so much I will only talk on the phone with earbuds in so I don’t have to hold it to my ear.
It’s awesome they’ve gotten big enough to warrant a 60 Minutes interview.
I often thought about getting one of those old school phone headsets, but I’ve read bad things about them…
Precious (repressed) memories
It’s near impossible to “shoulder” a smart phone like we used to do with receivers.
If you try, you hang up on whoever you’re talking to… they are just not made for phone calls.
My dad had one of those shoulder holders for his office phone. It was so useful.