Almost everyone I know that has a smartphone (~80% of the people I know) uses WhatsApp for messaging one-to-one and for groups.
If it ain't broken, fix 'till it is. fix some more until it is no longer broken. repeat.
The best part of the alcohol thingies is that if you do decide to use the one in your car to check your ability to drive, you are then breaking the law, as you will be driving without a (unused) alcohol thingie in your car.
I vote Crushinator.
I second that, although IT just told me I may run linux on my 'old' (1yr old) laptop when my 'new' laptop arrives. The new one will probably only be used to gather dust and an occasional e-mail.
No, most phones have two. One for reasonable quality close-to-ear voice, and one loud-but-appaling-quality for handsfree, ringtones and making all music sound exactly the same
Does my cardboard box with a tiny hole punched in one side and a translucent foil on the opposite count? After all that's the original camera (obscura)
Its just that a normal Dutch or German socket is twice the size of a US one, in both diameter and depth.
Yes, in mainland Europe it is quite common to have only 230V 16A circuits. And each proper extension cord can handle 16A, so chaining them is not really a problem unless the total load is over 3,6KW Reminds me of when we had an American over at our company and he asked for an extension cord. He looked really shocked when we gave him one.