Thank you for the upgrade, AT&T! You know that new router that you sent me, it has celebratory flashing red indicator lights. Let me tell you how thrilled I was waiting on the phone for 2 hours for someone to tell me, "Yeah, you're router is defective." I also want to thank you for sending out a technician who also said, "Yeah, you're router is defective." Then he added to my joy by telling me, "Your phone line needs to be rewired in order to have the upgrade. Did I mention that this service call is $100 an hour?" Ka-ching! Can you say Xfinity?
I really wish the Luddites in San Francisco hadn't blocked Google from giving us free Wi-Fi.
Thanks to an unsecured network from a nieghbor's house and a spot in my kitchen, I have snuck back onto the web.
Quoting Charles,"As long as it keeps them out of the lineup, it's fine with me..." For me, the whole point of a paddleboard is to, well, let me think about this for a second or two. Come on brain cells, work! How about paddle?
The Oasis of the Sea is the world's largest cruise ship. Doesn't she look appealing? Cough, cough, cough!
The Oasis of the Sea is five times larger than the Titanic, the $1.5 billion ship has seven neighborhoods, an ice rink, a small golf course and a 750-seat outdoor amphitheater. It has 2,700 cabins and can accommodate 6,300 passengers and 2,100 crew members. Gee whiz, that's not my idea of an oasis!
Roman Abramovich, a Russian oligarch, has a new boat called the Eclipse. She exceeds 540 feet and has two helipads, a swimming pool, bulletproof glass, a steam room and a personal submarine. Price for this floating palace is a cool $1.2 billion. It's good to know that some people aren't hurting during this recession.