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  • UJ

    And don’t worry, it never goes away either. I still pick mine up every morning like “sweet, I got a f#$king iPhone!”

    • Just got Tweetie from the iPhone store. Wow. Now I get it about Twitter and high-end cell phones. Facebook too. Both are easily accessible from the iPhone.Plus, with Tweetie, there’s no SMS message charges.

  • DJ

    Call me a caveman, but I still wake up in the morning and say, “Look at these f#$king mountains!” Electronics don’t do much to get me out of bed.

    • You have roosters, you don’t need an alarm clock…

      PS The iPhone has a GPS and the iStore has a compass. Might be handy when in the mountains (with a little solar charger.)

  • Joe Hartley

    I’m with DJ. Besides, he has something better than a rooster to get him up in the morning: a spouse! (the next best things to children, which will ruin your ability to sleep in, forever).

    • Well, I have a spouse too, and we’re both slugs in the morning…

  • DJ

    “PS The iPhone has a GPS and the iStore has a compass. Might be handy when in the mountains (with a little solar charger.)”

    I’ve heard that without an iPhone, sometimes people climb the wrong mountain! I’m not beyond getting lost, but I grew up in rural America and am fairly good at following my own tracks home.

    • Some people would get lost regardless.

      After just two days with an iPhone all I can say is, they’ll pry it from my dead cold fingers.

      PA A mountain rescue person told me they’ve sometimes rescue people who had a GPS – who had no idea how to use it.