19 September 2008

It's All Asburry's Fault

...and boy is Cindi eager to have a chat with him!!!



[And me? I'm saying: SWEET! about 20 times an hour at the moment...]

17 comments:

Pr. Lehmann said...

I suppose this means a new cell phone number. ;-)

Past Elder said...

Or did you port your old one?

I suppose a Mac guy would go for the iphone. Me, being a barbarian pc user, the Evil Empire's least willing subject, I'd be with Sprint's Instinct.

Christopher Esget said...

Good for you. You will love it.

Red said...

Congrats! I love my iPhone too!

Sweet! I've had it for a month now and still can't stop saying it.

Pr. Scott Klemsz said...

I got my first iPhone on Monday and all I can say is, "sweet." Sad part is I've been a Mac guy since 1986. Enjoy

William Weedon said...

Charlie,

Same phone #.

The rest,

Yes, sweet indeed!

Rev. Matthew Thompson said...

Sadly, no service for the iPhone is available in North Dakota. Very jealous.

Randy Asburry said...

MY fault?! Why blame me? I merely tempted you to covet; I didn't force you to follow through. :-) You know what Augustine said about the birds flying over your head but not letting them build a nest in your hair. :-)

Seriously though, you will enjoy it ... and then you'll be praising me. :-)

Randy Asburry said...

Oh, and about Cindi having a chat with me: just promise her one of her own, then she'll get over it! :-)

Anonymous said...

The Verizon LG Dare has the same features with a 3.2 megapixel camera.

Anonymous said...

dork.
and somehow...I think it fascinates Dad way more than it would ever appeal to mom (like most technology).

William Weedon said...

I'm not convinced, LEW. I think MOM would want one if I could just get her to play with it. Think of the GPS feature - and you know how she's forever getting lost!

Anonymous said...

I also know how mom is with technology...she probably couldn't get it to work! :)

Anonymous said...

Women do not get "lost" as often as men. They ask directions. (True, if they ask them from a man, they are no better off than before. E.g., "go down a coupla miles to the corner where the fire station used to be and turn right...")

I kid you not!

[A really smart man would have bought Cindi's i-phone first.] :)

Helen

Anonymous said...

Women do not get "lost" as often as men. They ask directions. (True, if they ask them from a man, they are no better off than before.) E.g., "go down a coupla miles to the corner where the fire station used to be and turn right..."

I kid you not!

[A really smart man would have bought Cindi's i-phone first.] :)

Helen

About 25 years ago my children thought I was hopeless with "technology". Subsequently I have been making my living with the computer I didn't want to touch then. And I live with my cell phone [Verizon, this time; my daughter was shopping with me.] ;)

Anonymous said...

About 25 years ago my children thought I was hopeless with "technology". Subsequently I have been making my living with the computer I didn't want to touch then. And I live with my cell phone [Verizon, this time; my daughter was shopping with me.] ;)

Helen

Anonymous said...

When you've gotten up off the floor, you can delete the duplications!

TIA!
Helen