I guess the thing with me is that I'm just so lazy. There's not much else to it. Even with the world wide web sitting at my finger tips damn near anytime I please, I still haven't taken the time to do what I should have done months ago, which is to find a local Dentist. Being in college for almost four (4) years has made me even lazier. The was only one dentist and that was in the on campus dental clinic.
Faxing is something you don't really hear many people talking about these days. Now do you really blame them? With the advent of email, what's really the point, right? But there's a hybrid: there are high tech businesses that live in a world of fiber optics and T1 lines, but they also need to send and receive faxes. Are they really going to just stick a phone line in there, and slap an old school fax machine on there?
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I've finally received my cell phone from T-Mobile. It's the Samsung t509, or as I like to call it, the silver plum. My contract was up and I was in search of a new phone. T-Mobile usually doesn't have a very good selection of phones, so my choices were the Samsung and the every stylish BlackBerry Pearl (the black one of course). Although I am deeply in love with this phone, my budget dictated the former choice.