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Moose Turd Pie
2009-06-24 - 12:54 p.m.
Went to the Verizon store yesterday and got a new phone, the Motorola W755. The model isn't the newest whiz-bang toy, but it also isn't going to cost me body parts. I also got a new Bluetooth headset and a free memory card.
The drag is the rebate paperwork. I hate doing those. But, fifty bucks is fifty bucks.
This new phone also has video capability, so I had to adjust my plan to allow sending vids. Not a big deal, really.
Came across this during my late-night web surfing: Utah Phillips' recording of "Moose Turd Pie".
Mostly safe for work - a couple of mild curse-words and only one of George Carlin's "deadly seven".
Sadly, it looks like Monday's fire was a suicide.
Investigations continue, but it's still a sad thing.
Beyond that, all is quiet here at Chez Too Old.
Be seeing you.
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