I hope there is hope for us still.... In the beginning there was only the G-Zone for the Japanese networks... I just got a new phone, so my next will be in 2 years. Hopefully the G-Zone will be available in Europe around that time
I personally handled that bad boy IN PERSON. My brother had it last Christmas. It rocked in my book. Gaskets in every input/output, heavy duty, large display, video SUPER clear. When the prices come down a bit I am going to get one for shizzle....B-)
Ericsson used to have one (quite large, with a weird thorn shaped antenna) and of course siemens came out with their ME45, 65 and 75. I'm currently using a ME65, really dig the steel exo-skeleton frame, which makes it look extra rugged and offers additional protection as well. The later model ME75 looks more dressy and seems more flimsy. I've heard of instances where the rubber 'bumpers' tear off.
Since I forgot my Chocolate "S" last year, I already eat my big chocolate "S" Sunday (we celebrated Sinterklaas Saturday).
I saw actually yesterday that Andrea Merkel and Jacques Chirac had a meeting with Sain Nicholas yesterday. (for English speaking people, Santa Claus is a mispronounsation of the Dutch word "Sinterklaas", Saint Nicholas the name given by children, celebrated on December 5th)
I'm glad it's over. It's fun to organize, but young children can get very stressed in the weeks before. BTW, sorry I'm getting very off topic, I read your father came from Drente and celebrates Sinterklaas too. The one and only real Sinterklaas was coming in our country in my hometown this year and actually came with his boat along my house (very funny, we got Police escorte to cross a very busy road, while the town was closed for traffic several hours). I must have some pictures and movies somewhere (not too good), if you like I can post them later, so you can show them your children.
yesterday a Saint Nicololas was at the kindergarten of my son Konstantin and gave apples and oranges as prensents. The odd thing was he dressed up in front of the children, so they could see he is not the "real" one. He also told the story of the original bishop from few hundred years ago. He was dressed like a real bishop not like that coca-cola figure that is seen so often. They didn't have a "swarte Piet".
In the night from the 5th to 6th december. my children put the shoes in front of their room's doors and St. Nicholas will put sweets and toys into them. Actually the toys are too big to fit into the shoes, but a little chicoloade still finds its way into the shoes. The biggest thing here is Christmas at 24th december, a lot of fuss about it and all the shops are full of people until then.
Darn thing isn't Bluetooth capable-how did they miss that? Or am I missing something?
My headset and car are Bluetooth equipped - you get a ticket otherwise with laws that are here/ coming (and none too soon)for driving whilst on the cell phone.
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