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& a lot of us have more than one of each!The big issue will be getting enough retailers to accept Apple pay so that I feel comfortable leaving some of my cards at home & enjoying a thinner wallet.
Most of the new vinyl that I acquire nowadays is 180 gram - the 2 LPs my daughter got me for Christmas were both 180g. Quality of the pressing is usually better (but not always) with the increased weight but with a reasonable turntable (I have a Rega RP6) and a decent recording, the sound that can be produced is breathtaking.I probably get my music split 50% CD, 40% vinyl & 10% download but I would get more on vinyl if it were available.
Female tennis player??/s
I agree with everything you said although unfortunately here in the UK we can't use Apple Pay yet. The silicone case for the phone is a brilliant design, fits the shape of the phone beautifully and isn't floppy like most 'plastic' cases.
They even got that bit wrong!!!
A colleague was using Google Maps (on a pc) today to work out mileage for his expenses. He realised something was wrong when the directions from Crewe to our branch in Nottingham actually took him into the centre of Leicester, a mere 30 miles away! Using postcodes instead of business names got it to work it out in the end but he wasn't impressed!
I was intrigued when I first spotted the change fro X to Y. Soli very kindly replied to my query as to why:"No real reason. I just did it on a whim. No pros or cons to speak of."
This genuinely made me laugh out loud!
My favourite was Babylon 5 - ok series 5 wasn't up to the same standards of what went before but I still revisit it regularly.
Or I pay the equivalent of $24 pm with 3 for 200 mins (with 2000 3 to 3 mins), unlimited texts & data (& 4GB tethering). You guys (n gals) in the US do seem to really get ripped off for your mobile tariffs. A downside of many of you paying for your phone in the contract rather than paying separately?Edit - 4G network too
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