So your saying...
That the screen protector got scratches in it?
Since it's not made out of the same material that the screen is made from I'm not surprised.
16 posts • joined 18 Jun 2009
on any of my old smartphones. The only time I did was when I was at the pub quiz and we needed an answer to one of the questions (cheating I know).
As everyone has mentioned previously, it was terribly slow, difficult to navigate on the page and drained the battery. The cost of the service never crossed my mind because I used it so rarely!
I got an iPhone about 2 weeks ago and presently it is glued to my hand. I once did wonder why I would ever need constant access to the internet but it's surprising when you have the option how often you do just go online to check facebook/email/football scores etc.
The best bit is, my gf doesn't have an internet connection at home (and no PC to warrant one), but the neighbours have WiFi and it's insecure. My little iPhone connects everytime!
The old ones are the best.... (Well, they're old for me anyway)
Merry Christmas Everybody - Slade;
Lonely this Christmas - Mud;
I wish it could be Christmas Everyday - Wizzard;
Stop the Cavalry - Jona Lewie;
Mistletoe and Wine - Cliff Richard;
Last Christmas - Wham;
Let them Know it's Christmas - Band Aid (Original)
All of these, and a few more, piss over any recent Chrismas "hit"... Especially X-Craptor. And these will still be played for years to come.
BTW.... I find it really funny when die hard X Factor fans can't even remember who won X Factor before Alexandria Burke.... In a year, they'll even forget about her too!
One of my friends had one of these on her phone a few years back. I don't see the appeal to be honest. What's the point of paying for something that you're never going to hear (unless you ring yourself) and potentially annoys the person calling?
I remember that my friend had picked some song that was in the chart at that moment in time. Since most music in the charts these days is a load of bollox, you can guess it was going to be pretty shit. Even worse, it could be this years X-Craptor winning song!
Oh really hope that people in this country don't every find out that these things exist. Because most 10-18yos will have them.... Just thank god they weren't popular when the Crazy Frog was in full swing... or you'd here it when someone's phone rings AND when you're ringing someone!
Sport in 3D could be exhilarating or disgusting... on one hand.... boxing would be absolutely breathtaking - you'd probably find yourself ducking out of the way of punches! But imagine watching the typical Premier League goon running up and down occasionally spitting phlem IN 3D!!!
As I recall they have tried many times to introduce 3D in the past - but the crappy glasses that you need to wear always ruin it. It's not so bad for a one off in the cinema, but every day in front of your TV?
if somebody has never abused children, never got a criminal record... nothing gets vetted? Surely they would pass and be allowed to work with children. What if that same person then desides to molest a kiddie?
What has the vetting proved? Surely it's stopped anyone who has molested in the past from gaining access, but it's not a 100% effective way of dealing with the problem is it?
We used to get constant calls from SafeStyle UK. We got 10 calls from them one night trying to sell us double glazing even though we already had it!
In the end we accepted SafeStyles offer to send a salesman to our house. When he turned up he was confused "I don't understand -- you already have double glazing!"
We got such a laugh as the poor sales man rang his bosses to complain about us wasting HIS time. We havn't had a call from them since though!
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