In hindsight I should have known that selling cell phones isn’t a good fit for me.
In my lifetime I have owned maybe four cell phones? All of which I got for free or cheap or in the case of my second phone as a warranty replacement.
The last phone I had was a basic phone with no camera. It had an ICE button and a 911 button.
I didn’t have texting until my last semester in college.
I’ve been out of contract for months and I still haven’t replaced my iPhone 4 with a cracked screen. I just can’t stand paying for a new gadget every two years. Is it too much to ask for a functional and durable smartphone that won’t cost me a fortune up front?
My approach to customer service for the rest of this week is just to nod politely and agree.
the three previous inktober drawings started a band
Might make a thing out of this
Treehouse of Horror #11 (“Squish Thing” - Bongo Comics - October 2005)
Writer: Len Wein
Illustrator: Bernie Wrightson
Photo reblogged from with 470 notes
Neil Young photographed at Fort William, Ontario in 1965
lenin, a false prophet: twelve essays by high school seniors and college freshmen (1970)
I don’t know what cartoon this is that my nephew is watching but it’s annoying as shiiit.
Funky Jaws costume from 1975
I will be going as “the movieJaws” this year for Halloween.
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