I came to mock, but on second thought…

I’ll settle for merely reporting.

Pooper!

My first thought was to ridicule, but then it occurred to me that I’m the last person in the world who should be doing that.

I kind of miss that gig.

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You shouldn't ask these questions of a paranoid recluse, you know.
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5 Responses to I came to mock, but on second thought…

  1. MamaLiberty says:

    Oh, for crying out loud. It’s really hard for me to imagine urban problems in general, but this is really far out. But I guess, if there is someone willing to do this for others, and get paid for it… whatever.

    But I’m starting to get a little worried about this phone thing. Seems possible that there won’t be anything that can be done without one eventually… And I’m never going to have one. Probably a good thing I’m not likely to live that long. 🙂

  2. Judy says:

    OooooKkkkk!?!?!?!?
    Next up, somebody to chew your food for you, cause you are too d@mn lazy to do it?

    MamaLiberty, I have a cell phone that is so primitive that you dial the number you want; talk on it; and punch end to hang up. Then it goes back in my purse until the next emergency. At the end of the year, I will probably have to get a newer one because Tracfone says they are no longer supporting the one I have. But not until I bitch out everyone from the bottom of the organization to the top cause I have all the phone I want. Don’t need or want touch screen anything. If I can’t get one, my children and family are going to be real upset, cause I will do without.

  3. Robert says:

    Seriously? Words fail me.

  4. MamaLiberty says:

    Judy, I do have a little dumb TracFone too. 🙂 I got it a year or so ago just to have in an emergency. Never made or received a call on it until I got my hearing aids recently. I was astonished to find that I could understand a caller (my girlfriend called to test this), but I don’t expect to use it much. The only one who calls me regularly is my sister, and she will talk for two hours most of the time. At TracFone rates, I can’t afford it. The old land line will have to do.

  5. Ben says:

    Judy, we had the same issue with our ancient prepaid Motorolla FlipPhone, which always met our needs just fine. Our carrier, GoPhone, actually apologized and offered us our choice of phones for free.

To the stake with the heretic!