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Except if you want to get a new phone, there is no discount. The Samsung Finesse, for example, costs $300. Out of pocket.
Oops, did I just admit to using dating services?
anti-abortion posters on campus
The word is "anti-choice." No one is really "pro abortion," except maybe a few inconsequential lunatics. What anti-abortionists are fighting against is the right to choose, not the right to have recreational abortions - I don't think those exist. So those of us who believe in a woman's right to have control of the insides of her body call it an anti-choice stance. Anyway, Oklahoma sounds like a terrible place for the progressive and diverse. I hope Dawkins gets to speak there. The QA session would be great to see.
It was an awesome input device, until a couple of months after I bought it the mouse started acting squirrely. The cursor would stop reacting to the mouse every few seconds, and clicks would either not register or would register as double clicks. The receiver was only 2-3 feet away from the mouse, with no major obstructions besides the computer desk. I changed the batteries so many times. I even bought those fancy Radio Shack batteries advertised as special for computer peripherals. Needless to say fresh batteries were no help.
Unrelated to the review of best computer mice, but relevant to Logitech's wireless peripherals, I had a miniature wireless laser mouse for laptops that did the same thing.