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To: HighSierra5

My wife and I have one cellphone and we don’t use it unless there’s a compelling reason. Babbling with friends or relatives is not a compelling reason. It’s turned off probably 95 percent of the time.

We still like our land line which gives us a household phone, not an individual person’s phone.


11 posted on 04/03/2020 4:55:10 AM PDT by cymbeline
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To: cymbeline

Turning your phone off only keeps the phone in standby. You need to pull the batteries if you actually want it off. But they thought of that and made the batteries inaccessible.


15 posted on 04/03/2020 6:13:48 AM PDT by BuffaloJack ("Security does not exist in nature. Everything has risk." Henry Savage)
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