If It Ain’t Broke, It Will Be

I went to the dentist yesterday. This is his machine for sterilizing the dental instruments. He said there are more modern ones that are faster but they’re made out of plastic. This thing is going to last forever.

This week, which isn’t even over yet, has been one endless round of two steps forward three steps back. Every time I think I’m getting my crap together something else happens.

I’m not going to bore you with a blow by blow.

The latest is I can’t find my cellphone. I normally know exactly where it is and I almost never use it so it’s perfect that today when I actually need it, I can’t find it. And I didn’t realize it was missing until it was too late to look for it so I’m not sure if it’s just at home in some other-than-usual place or if it’s really lost. It’s an ancient phone and the battery only lasts long enough for a fifteen minute phone call so it’s not a big loss, I just don’t want to deal with getting a phone right now. Plus I came by the Verizon store on my way into work and there were news cameras and a small mob scene. I guess it’s iPhone day.

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3 Responses to If It Ain’t Broke, It Will Be

  1. Marvin says:

    If you’re already a Verizon customer, you can get on their website and order your new phone. It’ll come to you Fedex with instructions on how to activate it. Fedex is actually quicker than standing in the interminable line at Verizon.

  2. Kira says:

    I lost my phone yesterday! I was using it in class to time my students while they had a debate on the reading and I somehow didn’t pack it back up with my stuff at the end of class. I realized it right away, but I was already late to get back to my house to meet some friends. So I decided to be late and not call instead of being REALLY late and getting the phone. When I went back three hours later, it was still there.

    Boring, I know. But so surprisingly relevant!! :p

  3. AEJ says:

    No wonder when I went to Verizon the other day I had the place practically to myself. I upgraded from my old Blackberry to a newer one. She tried to get me to spend an additional $70 so I could have a flash on my camera phone. $70 for a flash? I think not. I’ll only take pictures in daylight.

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