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Finally got it!
Oh my gosh, its Traf-O-Data on steroids. It won't work though cause the ppl will just charge the lights.
I'll have to take your word for it, I just never have used iTunes.
It's gonna be hard to dig any dirt on him.
I wonder if they would listen into your call or only let you speak after you had listened to an advertisement.
Lots of Chinese workers got paid very little so that he could have that.
Jobs was a selfish bastard.
"Guys who load boxes onto ships get $120/hr"
Are these highly skilled crane operators? I'd agree that's a lot of money but it is a skilled job.
"no one would do the job for $40 or less per hour with full benefits"
I will do it for $20, when do ? Actually, a lot would do it for $10, but I'm retired an have a good pension as does my wife. And she has a job teaching at the local community college.
But for 20 with no bene's, I'll do it.
I gots me a patent on incrementing a counter by 1, does that count (no pun intended).
NHTSA said back in the eighties* that smaller cars are safer b/c they are less likely to hit something or be hit b/c of their size. It makes sense that when you are hit, it's a greater catastrophe but you'd be hit less often.
*I had a Toyota Corolla, a very small car then, now have a Prius. It consistenly gets 45 mpg or better and is a mid size car.
I have a patent on incrementing a counter by 1. Pay up dudes.
Fraud is GS middle name. They will bet for you and bet against you out of both sides of their wallet.
We blazed a trail with COBOL. Other languages may be better, but COBOL was the early language that made computers useful to a large number of business's and governments. The reason there is so much of it, is that it works.
I live in Kentucky and am happy with T-Mobile also. I bought a prepaid Motorola phone.When you buy $100 in minutes, the 1000 minutes last for one year or until used up. Phone calls are ten cents per minute and texting is ten cents per text. I got tired of the Motorola flip phone and bought a unlocked Nexus S from Amazon for $404. The phone I got was an ATT model GT-I9020A but since I don't have a data plan, it doesn't matter. But for T-Mo I could have gotten a GT-I9020T. All I really need is a GSM phone. I plugged in the sim from the Motorola and the Nexus worked like a charm. I have wifi at home and a lot of place I frequent have it also, so I almost always have the internet available. If you buy a smartphone from T-Mo, they will insist on a data plan.
ATT has a similar prepaid plan but texting on that is $.20 per text. I text infrequently, so the cost is not really important.
I am happy with the Nexus S but other phones would do as well.