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  1. How did we survive before without cell phones? I love it! The more, the better.

  2. If I can figure it out, I love it. If it is too hard for me, I hate it!

  3. I love it. I don’t love it so much for kids though. I think they need to play the way we did but for grown ups, I think it’s wonderful.

    • I agree with Joy. It is great for adults but kids need to be kids. We have a rule in our house if YOU can’t pay the bill then YOU can’t use it, example my kids who are 17 & 10 don’t have cell phones and won’t until they have jobs to pay for them.

    • i AGREE jOY, YOU DO HAVE TO LIMIT KIDS. bOTH MY BOYS ARE PRETTY SMART, AND i DO THINK IT IS IN PART WITH THE KNOWLEDGE THEY ACQUIRED FROM THE COMPUTER GAMES WE PURCHASED FOR THEM. tHEY WERE EDUCATIONAL AND FUN! 🙂

  4. I AM ALL FOR IT. YOU HAVE TO KEEP MOVING UP.

  5. I mostly love it but it’s a technology trap. Someday there will be an incident like in “Live Free or Die Hard” and we’ll all be arsed!

  6. S.Le….scary thought, huh?

  7. I don’t understand it. I don’t know how to work it. I generally don’t get what it does, but I love it.

  8. Eric, being open minded is the key!
    🙂

  9. I LOVE IT AND WANT MORE OF IT!

  10. It has given us blogging!!! 🙂
    No more needs to be said

  11. I LOVE it! Without Twitter and my cell phone, everyone would have to GUESS when I’m taking a wicked growler but thanks to technology, people know EXACTLY when I’m letting loose on the throne.

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