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October 31, 2017


Harold Goldner

Well, that's certainly a relief. I look like a lightweight next to you.

My wife thinks I'm nuts because I always have my own phone (an HTC 10 currently), an HTC test phone of some sort, and an HTC One Max I use mostly for media streaming/viewing (it's got a great screen), not to mention a Nexus 7. I've got less than half the equipment you have hanging around.


I am somewhat content with my supposedly boring iPhone and iPad life. I can do whatever I need to do easily in the beautiful walled garden curated for me by Cupertino.

Happy Halloween.

Rick Georges

Yes, Jay. You, for one, welcome your new Cupertino overlords. :-)
Happy Day of the Dead.

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