Working Daze by John Zakour and Scott Roberts for March 22, 2023

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    allen@home  over 1 year ago

    Ya think Sal.

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    C  over 1 year ago

    How about a Tesla to go with that?

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Does he drive a Pinto?

    William Shatner is 92 today.

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    catchup  over 1 year ago

    I’ve only recently got my first smartphone. Didn’t want it, Didn’t need it. Still don’t, but I’ve come to realise if I don’t get to understand it soon I will find it near impossible to, and more and more it seems the world is demanding ownership of one.

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    pnemonic  over 1 year ago

    He should’ve said he still has his trusty Nokia 3310

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    rshive  over 1 year ago

    Only if it texts.

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    guinevere25  over 1 year ago

    i definitely agree & identify with you on that, catchup

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    John Wiley Premium Member over 1 year ago

    I don’t think Sal’s phone would’ve worked at all since Samsung pushed an update that crippled Note 7 to force the recall that was issued.

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    Grandma Lea  over 1 year ago

    My so called smart phone went into self dial mode and started to make random calls; I ended up removing all my international phone numbers from it for self protection.

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    ladykat  over 1 year ago

    I just upgraded my cell phone. It’s going to take me ages to get everything going the way I want it to.

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    MRC112  over 1 year ago

    They shouldn’t be called Smart Phones any more. Too many idiots using them. More and more areas of life are starting to need the use of them. The councils are starting to remove car park payment metres. You will have to use a smartphone app to pay for it. You can still do it via a call, but how long before even that gets removed.

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    RobinHood  over 1 year ago

    Happy Birthday to James Tiberius Kirk, rough he won’t be born until 2233

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    DawnQuinn1  over 1 year ago

    I use a cell phone for making phone calls. What a concept!! No need for a smart phone. I can take care of issues when I get home. I am in no rush to do things, I am retired.

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    T Smith  over 1 year ago

    I miss the pocketability of my flip phone.

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    brouer  over 1 year ago

    Here, an Android or iPhone is pretty much needed for identification for online banking and “secure” communication with public services, as well as for the awfully convenient mobile payments naturally.I just with they weren’t all so bløødy huge! I miss my Sony Ericsson X10 mini pro. Small enough to be pocketable, but still had a physical keyboard. I really, really hate touch screen keyboards.

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    willie_mctell  over 1 year ago

    Never had a phone that exploded but I had a music player whose battery failed and swelled to twice its original size destroying the case in the process.

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    WF11  over 1 year ago

    I originally got a cell phone as it was very important for family communications, especially when traveling. However I resisted having one for years as a reaction to my original exposure to them: When the agency I worked for first got cell phones, they of course all went to the top managers, this being when cell phone use was quite expensive (at least for our contracts). Stories abounded about managers sitting at their desks using their cell phones, when the landlines (less expensive to use) sat idle. Cell phones would have been much more useful for those of us in the field, particularly for safety. Even where we worked, coverage was reasonably good and much better than our old radios!

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