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Sunday, September 14, 2008

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Kanako

Yeah, a valid point, I suppose. My ccnaniaol argument against is "10,000 years". Humankind has managed to deal without them for 10,000 years, so my default position is that we don't really need them that much. That goes for a lot of things, not just cell phones, of course. I certainly don't have any qualms about carrying one where there's a need, but if there's not

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