Have you seen the cell phone commercial that has a mom in the store with her daughter? Daughter is in the shopping cart, mom is looking at a box of cereal. She smiles at her daughter while the girl is oblivious, totally focused on the cartoon streaming to mom’s phone? The catch phrase, talking about all the various things you can watch on your phone: “We know what is most important.” (I tried to find it but it has eluded me.) This one has me irritated. It gets under my skin and I just want to rail at the phone company for it. How dare you! Read More My Gripe with Cell Phone Commericals
After years of just saying no, I have finally entered the world of iPhone users. Read More Help Me Enter the World of iPhones
In case you are one of those TL;DR kind of people, here’s a quick summary: Trayvon Martin’s case is continuing to get people talking but so far not much more; things are terrible in the world, especially in Syria, at funerals, and for Susan Powell; some basketball happened; people won a crapton of money; the Republican primary is coming to a head (but don’t use that kind of language around republicans); the individual mandate is being debated.