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    Both are fine reasons not to throw stuff.

    Initially I was intrigued by the AOL disks, but after reading the whole post, the fascination is gone completely:no:
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    Coward. :toung:
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    Better than hunched-over trying to catch my breath:laugh:
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    Here's my latest consequence for going off on a tangent.. I decided to find something noteworthy enough to get all pissed about it. It's amazing how fast you calm down when you realize you've just lost something you once had.. over nothing.

    Cost me US$40 bucks the first time around.. At least I got em for US$32 this time :D Awesome headphones.. <a href="http://www.aiwa.com/Catalog00/Products2.asp?id=69">Aiwa HP-X222</a>. I recommend these bad boys for.. anything (ie: Annoying little sister syndrome, around 100dB of case fannage, or you just want to experience what you're REALLY missing by using cheesy headphones). I have a Boston Acoustics speaker/sub system that rocks the house when I want it to, but I don't use them much, since I use the headphones 90% of the time.
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    Nice little review there:D

    Been using headphones for over 3 years as my primary sound source out of consideration for the other member of the household.

    I got a nice pair of LabTec's for $3.50 with a boom mic. Maybe not good enough for an audiophile, but very good, and lightweight.
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    I cant use headphones...I get all paranoid that the phone is ringing or someone is calling my name...so I just blast my speakers and keep the phone next to me.

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    I guess that's one advantage to having dial-up, if I'm online the phone definitely ain't ringing:laugh:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. C
    I guess that's one advantage to having dial-up, if I'm online the phone definitely ain't ringing:laugh:
    If the phone ain't ringing here the mobile sure is :flames:
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    I'm old fashioned. I still consider wire to be my freind. I don't know, just something comforting about seeing that connection there I guess?
    I rarely use telephones anyway, only when it is absolutely neccessary.
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    Is there even a cellular service in Little Toe? :?:
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