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Several friends on Facebook have posted their survey results which classify you as one of several Star Wars Characters.
I look forward to finding someone who gets a result like this:
You are Darth Vader. Once a noble Jedi Knight, your greed and misconceptions that you could reverse death to save your beloved Padme led you down the path to the Dark Side. Your Bromance with Obi Wan (dude, you really were like a brother to him; he loved you, man) also failed; moreover you didn’t do such a hot job restoring balance to The Force. On the flip side, you’ve continued to master the Lightsaber, and enjoy choking people who don’t meet your high standards. As a new father to twins, you look forward to their joining your team, The Dark Side.
The Dishwasher is one of the most peculiar inventions to me. I only started using one the last few months. Before then I hand washed and dried (and often air-dried) dishes. If I don’t rinse dishes out immediately after using them, food is liable to get caked on the dishes. If I then place said dishes into the dishwasher more times than not the caked on goodness (or traces thereof) remain after the so-called cleaning. Which makes me wonder if I’d been better off cleaning them by hand to begin with?! It seems redundant at times that you’re having to wash something and then put it into a machine that is supposed to do the same thing you just got finished doing. Those things that make you go hmmmm!
I think it’s an easy concept to understand. If you abuse and damage the iPhone, it’s not surprising when the WiFi starts to flake out or frequently fail on you. Leaving it outside of its Otterbox (despite your frequent promises to keep it in them at all times), throwing it, dropping it on the floor, intentionally banging its edges against hard surfaces like solid wooden desks or laminate tables is NOT the proper way to take care of it.
Review the Apple video explaining how they designed the iPhone and you’ll notice the wires go alongside the inside perimeter of the device of its chassis. That allows for better reception.
Consumer Electronics like smart phones, despite their awesome technology, is sensitive electronics. Slam it against something and something’s liable to break. If any part of its insides for example were subject to static electricity it could literally damage one or more components.
Solution: Get an old-school phone instead of a smartphone from here on out. It is great for making and receiving phone calls, and you’re less likely to be distracted by it when people are speaking to you. Get the kind with a flip cover and you’ve got protection for the glass LCD screen. Get a TracFone and you’ve got pay-as-you-go coverage. Bahdahbing-bahdaboom!