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Aaron Wagner
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Ok, so there are rumors that Sprint will pick up the iPhone this fall, around the time that our contract is set to renew. I am torn. I LOVE android and how much you can customize it and use widgets... But I also love Apple because their hardware is top notch... So, I am soliciting feed back. What should I do?
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Well they may forgive you as long as Facebook dies in the process...and the interweb's transition to Google+ may happen quicker if the Israelis have anything to say about it...

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/12/us-facebook-google-app-idUSTRE76B4TP20110712
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Kinda hope that Google+ is not just Buzz, revisited...
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Google, in all their awesomeness, has had some real stinkers. For instance, Google Health is being taken offline this fall... don't know what that is? don't worry... neither does anyone else... (think WebMD + Google)
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Digging the gmail look. Looks like Google+. Good job Google!
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I have dealt with Southside for over 2 years now for my wife's medication. First, the pros: When we were in between prescription insurance, they worked with us and gave us the meds at wholesale. Now the cons: In the 2 years that we've been a customer (which ends tomorrow, by the way, but we'll get to that), getting a delivery on time is about a 1 in 3 shot. More often than not, I would make the 50+ mile round trip from Katy so that I could be sure that my wife would be able to start her meds. This morning when I called, there was something up with their phone system. Thats fine. I am in a technical industry and I understand that things with technology don't always work. The 3rd time the system hung up on me, I decided to give the operator a try. She transferred me to the wrong department. Then they transferred me to operator, then she transferred me to the right department (I guess), but they didn't answer and I got kicked back to the operator. Finally, I got to the right department, and I probably let the irritation in my voice show. It wasn't much, but I admit it was there. It was responded to with about 10 times as much hostility. We worked out that they needed a new prescription from our doctor. That's fine, they requested it, and I thought all was well. I called back a couple hours later (knowing that the 12PM deadline for today's deliveries was fast approaching), and the doctor had not sent the new one. To sum up the next 4 phone calls, the doctor never got the request, and so the doc just sent a new one while I was on the phone them (Kelsey-Seybold, BTW. They're FANTASTIC). Each time I had to call back into South Side, I spoke with the same woman, who treated me like I had just shot her dog. The last thing I heard from them was that it would be delivered either today (Friday) or tomorrow (Yes, Saturday. I confirmed twice that they would deliver on Saturday). I assumed they worked it out, because later they called my wife and said that it'd be out for delivery today (again, Friday). Great! Except, not so much. As I sit here writing this, it's 11:15 PM and still no meds. It happens that this time we're not in dire need, so it's not super urgent. As best as I can work out, I assume that the meds will be here tomorrow (Saturday) or Tuesday since Monday is a holiday. By that time it may be more urgent. This is the last delivery that I will ever get from them. There are closer ones but I have never gone to the trouble of switching because, let's face it, I'm a busy guy. They'll never see another dollar from me. Ever.
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Abe and Steve and the entire crew took such good care of my car, and gave it to be better than when I drove it off the showroom floor. I am a customer for life!
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