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The low-fuel indicator comes on.
The needle reaches the point where I lose my nerve.
The engine stops running.
The reading is below one-half.
My parents give me gas money.
You insensitive clod! My fuel gauge is broken!
Red Tape Chronicles blog on MSNBC.com is reporting that T-Mobile is being sued by a subscriber for requiring him to pay for text messages. The subscriber didn't know when he signed up for service that T-Mobile can't turn off text messages, and the carrier said he would have to pay $800 to terminate the contract.
IMHO, it's pretty galling, when you consider that a text message's use of bandwidth has got to be way lower than even one minute of voice traffic. It's going to be interesting to see how this shakes out.
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