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November 4th, 2007

off line @ 03:15 pm

Current Music: Pro-(Your)Life -- Arab Strap

while moving a table on Friday
i dropped my phone outside my house

someone used it to call the Dominican Republic
and used up the last few dollars (about 6) before the automatic recharge
which i have shut off...
but now i cannot be reached on phone
until i buy a new one

anyone got a spare phone laying around that will work on AT&T?
(Pretty much anything that will accept SIM cards)

or, maybe it's just time to get an iPhone?
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Date:November 4th, 2007 08:49 pm (UTC)
I hope karma bites that guy in the ass. Meanwhile, you can use my phone tonight.
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Date:November 5th, 2007 02:42 pm (UTC)
My father just sent me an ATT Phone card he found in a drawer somewhere. I have no idea what to do with it, since I don't do pay by the minute phone calling. I'll mail it to you if you email me your address. You can pay me back in December in NYC!

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Date:November 5th, 2007 04:03 pm (UTC)

phone card?

Hey Tom
thanks for the offer...
but i don't know what that phone card could possibly be for...

is it to add money to a Go Phone account?
that's what i was using before..
(but i just automatically paid with a credit card)

but now i just need a phone (body) and a new SIM card
i do want a iPhone
just not the first generation...
the second doesn't come out until January
and i can't be phone-less that long!

Thanks for the card offer, though

and look forward to when you do get up here..


(oh, and if you post your email in a public place like that
spam robots can just pick it up and send you tons of junk
when posting it in a public place, always make it un-usable, but easily identifiable:
taloisi --at-- msn.com )
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Date:November 5th, 2007 04:31 pm (UTC)

Re: phone card?

I have NO IDEA actually! It looks to be for making long distance calls on a land line, or something. Who knows- I haven't paid for a LD call in 7 years!

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