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Thread: Necessities

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    Cell Phones. !!!!!!!! I think they are annoying when you are shopping, 2 the movies, in theDr's. Office and having dinner. I just don't understand why people can't wait till they are done with things and then talk on them. I don't care to hear about Uncle Bob being arrested for a DUI when my child is out on the roads

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    Does Starbucks coffee count ?

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    Land line phone - don't have one now!

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    Yeah -- cell phones....LOL

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    Cell phones

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    My land line has been gone for 2 years. I like the satallite tv, but got rid of the movie channels. Don't own an electric can opener. I have not turned on AC yet, but will this weekend I am sure. (It is super steamy). I guess I could give up ebay, as soon as my "new" old sewing machine comes next week.

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    those automated answering systems that so many businesses use
    Segways
    cell phones
    GPS navigation systems
    dishwashers (I know this one will make me unpopular)
    cable TV (and then we'd all have decent reception for network TV again)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisanne
    those automated answering systems that so many businesses use
    Segways
    cell phones
    GPS navigation systems
    dishwashers (I know this one will make me unpopular)
    cable TV (and then we'd all have decent reception for network TV again)
    I can do without the dishwasher. Gone most of my life without one. Have one now, but still wash a lot of the dishes.
    I don't have an electric can opener either. No GPS, but DH just got one.

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    Dishwasher for sure. I have one and haven't used it in 3 years. Do mine by hand. Even when I have company, I usually do the dishes while I am cooking and it only takes about 5-10 minutes to clean up after. No waiting for the dishwasher to get done.

    Also fax machine. Don't have one!

    Time Warner cable. We are 2 blocks away from their headquarters and it is down at least once a day. Let alone the phone and internet. I logged my calls and made over 80 complaints last year, went through 4 DVR's, their service is terrible. If my husband didn't want the sports channel, it would be out of here!

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    Only the ones I get along without now---Ipod, cell phone that does everything but laundry (but I do like my bare-bones cell), big screen tv, dishwasher, electric can opener, all the electronic gadgetry, and the blues--blue tooth, blue ray, blue man band, etc.

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