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Tits Up

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I like that phrase, but right now it’s the reason I have a headache. My phone is officially tits up. At about 9:30pm Friday night, after I had just sent a text message, and received one, I tried to send another text and it didn’t go through. That was weird, so I waited til I got back in town (I was about 8 miles out of St. George) to try again. Same result, it failed. So I tried calling my Dad, who I was trying to text. My phone tells me the network is busy. I tried again, same thing. Tried a couple more times, same thing. After trying everything I could think of (taking the battery out, swapping batteries, etc) and throwing it across the room a few times to let off steam, I came to the conclusion that my janky piece of crap LG PM-225 phone had gone from mostly worthless to completely worthless.

So now the part that makes it all worthwhile. I’m leaving for Salt Lake City tomorrow morning at 6:30am. I am planning on meeting up with my Dad, who is driving from Oregon, starting tomorrow in Boise, ID. Within an hour of when we will be meeting up, we’re supposed to call our hang gliding instructor to meet up to go tandem hang gliding. So yeah, I kind of need a phone tomorrow. I’ll be long gone before any Sprint store down here opens, so there’s the icing on my cake of poo.

Just thought I’d share that with the INTERNET world. Other than that, my weekend should be awesome. Taking the boat back to Bill Sr. Then we are going tandem hang gliding for the second time in just under a year. Immediately following the flying, we’re headed to The Depot to see Les Claypool in concert. Should be a great weekend. I guess I’ll have to bring a good amount of change so I can use some pay phones on the way or something. I have no idea how much those cost these days. In fact, I haven’t even paid attention to see if they’re still around. I sure hope so.

Comments (1)

Hopefully your weekend was smashing, Billis. Also, when I read “The Depot”, I thought it said “The Home Depot”. That’d be awesome to see a concert at The Home Depot.

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