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The Spam Thread!
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I think I may need to get a pair of glasses. I don't have any trouble seeing things close up, and large things at a distance, but for something rather small that is about 15 feet away, like my digital photo frame on the wall.... the details are blurry and fuzzy.
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"She was pure like snowflakes
No one could ever stain
The memory of my angel
Could never cause me pain"

Yeah right...
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DSL line's now working to some extent, but it's still suffering from numerous timeouts, and I couldn't even upload data for some reason.
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Trying out some different noodles for a late night snack.... usually it's Maruchan Yakisoba, but tonight, it's Nongshim Bowl Noodle. Spicy Chicken Flavor.

Yes, it's spicy, but it won't set your mouth on fire. Tasty too. Smile
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One turtle heard that pickled squid is new...
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Dang, still no connection and I have to struggle with this packet data line. Any more and I'll file a lawsuit! Sparta
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Well, that didn't last.

In short, if you want to unlock your new cellphone starting today, you now need to get permission from your wireless provider to do so. AFAIK, this is just in the USA.

I expect a lawsuit over this.
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I actually don't understand what it is all about.
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Blackberry Bun Wrote:I actually don't understand what it is all about.

Well, in the most basic sense...

Before today, it was legal for US citizens to buy a locked cellphone from one carrier (say AT&T), use various hacking methods to unlock it from that particular carrier, and use said phone with any compatible carrier that person wants.

Many phones in the USA are sold locked to a certain carrier, like the iPhone. There are unlocked phones, but you have to dig around for those and steer clear of the crappy unlocked phones from China (some which Dr. Ashen on YouTube reviewed)
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Last resort triggered...

Launching New DRAKE Initiative...
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