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Old 03-18-2012, 07:01 PM   #21
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CarpenterFrk, ya almost got it all covered!

No marker on my face at the end of the night...I've got good friends!

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Old 03-18-2012, 07:15 PM   #22
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St Paddys day claimed Mrs. Brutus' cell phone.

Got everything on it locked by our provider, and reported as stolen. So no one can try to hook up that device to any form of service. We had an old(ish) phone that we got hooked up to her number today. Hopefully it turns up, it was a nice phone.

Left my name and number with security and the bar manager. Just in case they find it tucked away in the corner or something.
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I spent st patricks day asleep thanks to a 12pm call on Friday afternoon that there was an "emergency" and begged me to come in that night and fix it.

After working 36 hours I didn't have the energy to do any celebrating.

The misses did make Sheppards pie and corned beef and cabbage tonight, so that helped a little.

Hope you all were safe.
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St Paddys day claimed Mrs. Brutus' cell phone.

Got everything on it locked by our provider, and reported as stolen. So no one can try to hook up that device to any form of service. We had an old(ish) phone that we got hooked up to her number today. Hopefully it turns up, it was a nice phone.

Left my name and number with security and the bar manager. Just in case they find it tucked away in the corner or something.
Did you have insurance on it? I pay $7/month for it on my plan per phone.

Last month I lost mine for the first time ever. Did the same as you, reported it stolen and had a restriction put on it, than I filed a claim on the insurance and had a brand new one overnighted. I think the deductible was $25-$35.

Well worth it when it happens. I lost all my contacts and pictures but luckily had a back up.

I have an app that makes it scream, but stopped working when I restricted it.

Hope you find it if you didn't have insurance.
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Hung out with these dudes. Went camping/hiking at hocking hills.

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Did you have insurance on it? I pay $7/month for it on my plan per phone.

Last month I lost mine for the first time ever. Did the same as you, reported it stolen and had a restriction put on it, than I filed a claim on the insurance and had a brand new one overnighted. I think the deductible was $25-$35.

Well worth it when it happens. I lost all my contacts and pictures but luckily had a back up.

I have an app that makes it scream, but stopped working when I restricted it.

Hope you find it if you didn't have insurance.

Last thing I did before I got it all locked up was text it numerous times with my number saying to call this number if you have the Samsung Galaxy Ace with pink cover. Will give 25$ for its return no questions asked.

I'm the only one that can go in right now and get that phone back onto the system. So, it's pretty much a paperweight, unless that person is (or knows) someone that's good at hacking and throwing bugs at things to break in.

No, I don't have insurance, I don't think our provider offers it. I am going to check into it if I get her a new phone (or we get the old one back)
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I like that its a saturday.


Out for lunch and a beer with friends
Going with the missus to a house party/dubstep show (don't look that up... it's terrible electronica music) in the early evening
Then we are heading to a tavern, a band I played a few gigs with from Boston will be in town, should be a party.
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Don't know. How old is this guy....

So that's what Griz looks like...
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Only on ST. Pats day!
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A what age is it too old to dye your hair green?
Prob. when you're too old to enjoy going out to bars to drink w/ your friends...That's ok, I wasn't doing it to impress you.
My buddies thought it was funny though.

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