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felix
2016-10-08 01:43:36 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
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from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Jeßus
2016-10-08 04:38:53 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.

Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.

And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
felix
2016-10-08 07:58:28 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
well I saw quite a few, paid and free. just download and try them?
Post by Jeßus
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend
which one did you buy? I have the Moto x. it's a great phone.
Post by Jeßus
as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
why not just use speech to text? I do.
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-08 08:24:28 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
well I saw quite a few, paid and free. just download and try them?
Post by Jeßus
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend
which one did you buy? I have the Moto x. it's a great phone.
Post by Jeßus
as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
why not just use speech to text? I do.
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Absolutely, It works really well now.
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from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-08 08:34:08 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
well I saw quite a few, paid and free. just download and try them?
Post by Jeßus
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend
which one did you buy? I have the Moto x. it's a great phone.
Post by Jeßus
as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
why not just use speech to text? I do.
He mumbles through his beard! ;-)
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First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
Jeßus
2016-10-08 23:56:33 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
well I saw quite a few, paid and free. just download and try them?
I will be doing that in due course.
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Post by Jeßus
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend
which one did you buy? I have the Moto x. it's a great phone.
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
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as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
why not just use speech to text? I do.
I confess to not trying it, but I will. It's been years since I tried
speech to text because none I ever tried was worth a shit. But it
probably works well now. Okay if you're not in a public space I guess.
Clocky
2016-10-09 00:27:54 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
well I saw quite a few, paid and free. just download and try them?
I will be doing that in due course.
I tried a few when I first got my phone but found them shitful. If you
do find one that is OK today, please let us know.
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So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend
which one did you buy? I have the Moto x. it's a great phone.
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
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as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
why not just use speech to text? I do.
I confess to not trying it, but I will. It's been years since I tried
speech to text because none I ever tried was worth a shit. But it
probably works well now. Okay if you're not in a public space I guess.
Text on speech works well on my cheapo LG Android phone. As far as the
keyboard goes, it's a little bigger if you turn the phone on it's side.

It took a while to get used to the keyboard interface on the phone due
to it's small size but on a 10" pad it's not an issue.
Jeßus
2016-10-09 21:36:23 UTC
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Text on speech works well on my cheapo LG Android phone. As far as the
keyboard goes, it's a little bigger if you turn the phone on it's side.
No doubt mine does that too, I'll have to try it. It's a strange
feeling being a newbie to technology... proof I'm getting old, I guess
:)
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It took a while to get used to the keyboard interface on the phone due
to it's small size but on a 10" pad it's not an issue.
Yes, not so bad on my 8" Samsung tablet.
Petzl
2016-10-10 01:24:51 UTC
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Text on speech works well on my cheapo LG Android phone. As far as the
keyboard goes, it's a little bigger if you turn the phone on it's side.
No doubt mine does that too, I'll have to try it. It's a strange
feeling being a newbie to technology... proof I'm getting old, I guess
:)
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It took a while to get used to the keyboard interface on the phone due
to it's small size but on a 10" pad it's not an issue.
Yes, not so bad on my 8" Samsung tablet.
Sign up to (Android site) first
https://play.google.com/store/apps?hl=en

everything makes sense after.
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2016-10-09 04:05:03 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.

my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.

I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).

It just ain't worth it persevering with.
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.

Not sent from my phone
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
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Not sent from my phone
:)
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Jeßus
2016-10-10 00:48:48 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
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2016-10-10 00:55:08 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
To true and I can't believe why people look at people's Face Book or
twitter. Hey I'm not interested don't care but maybe I'm an old fart.

However in a community FB does give important info
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2016-10-10 01:01:23 UTC
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However in a community FB does give important info
FB is good for local community and for sale groups, that sorta thing
(at least until some Indian in a cubicle has on average 1.9 seconds to
decide said page has violated FB terms and shuts it down).
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2016-10-10 04:19:08 UTC
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However in a community FB does give important info
FB is good for local community and for sale groups, that sorta thing
(at least until some Indian in a cubicle has on average 1.9 seconds to
decide said page has violated FB terms and shuts it down).
Only ever seen one shut down and that was because some of the
local clowns ended up completely fucking blotto one friday night
and the group ended up a complete and utter shit fight and shambles.
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On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app.
The
rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
To true and I can't believe why people look at people's Face Book or
twitter.
because they're interested in ppl?..
Post by Dechucka
Hey I'm not interested don't care but maybe I'm an old fart.
sounds like it..
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However in a community FB does give important info
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Dechucka
2016-10-10 01:14:09 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app.
The
rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
To true and I can't believe why people look at people's Face Book or
twitter.
because they're interested in ppl?..
to a stalking level? OK I'm an old fart who isn't interested in those
Christmas/NY e-mails about what people have done in the year. Screw them if
they were actually friends I would know what's going on already
Rod Speed
2016-10-10 04:16:44 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
To true and I can't believe why people look at people's Face Book or
twitter. Hey I'm not interested don't care but maybe I'm an old fart.
However in a community FB does give important info
On all sorts of things. Plenty currently working out what roads are
have been closed due to flooding etc. Leaves the official govt site
for dead on that.
felix
2016-10-10 00:59:28 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
Yeah, but most adults seem to think they're great too.
cos they are. best invention since sliced bread (as the saying goes)
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Rod Speed
2016-10-10 04:10:04 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
You're not 14?
The Pretzel isnt.
felix
2016-10-10 00:51:32 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails,
send texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram,
etc., watch tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting, apps
for just about everything, pay bills, banking, gambling, location
services; maps, GPS, store documents, files, weather reports, etc.,
etc., the greatest device ever invented! :)
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Not sent from my phone
:)
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 01:17:18 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails, send
texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram, etc., watch
tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting, apps for just about
everything, pay bills, banking, gambling, location services; maps, GPS,
store documents, files, weather reports, etc., etc., the greatest device
ever invented! :)
why would you want to do these things when talking to someone or dodging the
traffic etc? What is so fucking important that people need to be looking at
these things all the time? I'd prefer not to be a slave to technology (
except for the fire pager)
Xeno
2016-10-10 02:39:08 UTC
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On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails,
send texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram,
etc., watch tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting, apps
for just about everything, pay bills, banking, gambling, location
services; maps, GPS, store documents, files, weather reports, etc.,
etc., the greatest device ever invented! :)
why would you want to do these things when talking to someone or dodging
the traffic etc? What is so fucking important that people need to be
looking at these things all the time? I'd prefer not to be a slave to
technology ( except for the fire pager)
That's the divide. The tasks he's talking about are the same ones you
would do at a computer or the like. Most people aren't on their phone
24/7 and I'm certainly one of them. My phone is a convenience thing for
me and I use it to do stuff that I would have to normally defer until I
returned home. Certainly I'm not focused on my phone when I'm
socialising, walking, driving, etc. Time and place and all that!
--
Xeno

First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
felix
2016-10-10 03:49:25 UTC
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On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails,
send texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram,
etc., watch tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting, apps
for just about everything, pay bills, banking, gambling, location
services; maps, GPS, store documents, files, weather reports, etc.,
etc., the greatest device ever invented! :)
why would you want to do these things when talking to someone or dodging
the traffic etc? What is so fucking important that people need to be
looking at these things all the time? I'd prefer not to be a slave to
technology ( except for the fire pager)
That's the divide. The tasks he's talking about are the same ones you
would do at a computer or the like. Most people aren't on their phone
24/7 and I'm certainly one of them. My phone is a convenience thing
for me and I use it to do stuff that I would have to normally defer
until I returned home. Certainly I'm not focused on my phone when I'm
socialising, walking, driving, etc. Time and place and all that!
exactly!
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 03:36:33 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
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On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails,
send texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram,
etc., watch tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting,
apps for just about everything, pay bills, banking, gambling,
location services; maps, GPS, store documents, files, weather
reports, etc., etc., the greatest device ever invented! :)
why would you want to do these things when talking to someone or
dodging the traffic etc?
never said I did want to do those things when talking or dodging traffic
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What is so fucking important that people need to be looking at these
things all the time?
ask them, I'm not
Post by Dechucka
I'd prefer not to be a slave to technology ( except for the fire pager)
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Xeno
2016-10-10 02:32:31 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
because they're so useful. it's like having a mini-computer in your
pocket. consider what they can do.. make voice/ video calls, emails,
send texts SMS, send photos MMS, internet, social media, instagram,
etc., watch tv, radio, still camera, video camera, video casting, apps
for just about everything, pay bills, banking, gambling, location
services; maps, GPS, store documents, files, weather reports, etc.,
etc., the greatest device ever invented! :)
Indeed, I find them handy though not essential.
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Not sent from my phone
:)
--
Xeno

First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
Petzl
2016-10-10 01:16:50 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
--
Petzl
"To Be A Politician You Need Three Things. Be a Good Liar, A Great Cheat
and a Brilliant Thief." Malcolm Turnbull
Jeßus
2016-10-10 01:33:07 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
I think Steve Jobs might have had a FUCKLOAD more to do with that.
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2016-10-10 01:45:15 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
I think Steve Jobs might have had a FUCKLOAD more to do with that.
Agreed, but still being "Murdoched"
Steve Jobs was a salesman though and a creep to those who actually
knew him.
--
Petzl
The main reason behind successful immigration should be painfully
obvious to even the most dimwitted of observers:
Some groups of people are almost always highly successful
given only half a chance
(Jews*, Hindus/Sikhs and Chinese people, for example),
while others (Muslims, blacks** and Roma***, for instance)
fare badly almost irrespective of circumstances.
=Hillary Clinton
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2016-10-10 01:55:06 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
You maybe but not me
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
You maybe but not me
Your drinking supply is from a rain tank!!!!!
--
Petzl
ALWAYS Vote oligarchies Coalition, Labor, "Greens"
*LAST*, Federal State and Council!
Or you are voting for Islam and Sharia.
Dechucka
2016-10-10 03:29:54 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
You maybe but not me
Your drinking supply is from a rain tank!!!!!
and my sewerage flows into yours or someone else's does
Petzl
2016-10-10 04:35:56 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
You maybe but not me
Your drinking supply is from a rain tank!!!!!
and my sewerage flows into yours or someone else's does
Not in Sydney Water board catchment areas it doesn't
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Petzl
"To Be A Politician You Need Three Things. Be a Good Liar, A Great Cheat
and a Brilliant Thief." Malcolm Turnbull
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2016-10-10 03:34:22 UTC
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I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to
use. It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
A war on ypour mind
The "masses" have been Murdoched into believing shit is edible.
please.. I've just had lunch!
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The rest
of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to read the
95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is a tool and
is not essential to life as some people think it is. Iirc there is a new
word for the anxiety people suffer not being connected 7/24.
I can't get over how difficult and restricting these devices are to use.
They arent when you get a decent one.
It's a complete mystery to me why they are so popular.
Because they work fine when you get a decent one.
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when
I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it
is a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
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Iirc there is a new word for the anxiety people suffer not being
connected 7/24.
Not sent from my phone
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 00:47:55 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
felix
2016-10-10 00:58:37 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so
when I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app.
The rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not
going to read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks
great but it is a tool and is not essential to life as some people
think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country
for 200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and
imho will survive as long as they would with one.
look up the word 'joke'. you could also try the word 'fun'. :)
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Dechucka
2016-10-10 01:18:00 UTC
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On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when
I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it
is a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country
for 200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho
will survive as long as they would with one.
look up the word 'joke'. you could also try the word 'fun'. :)
OK my bad
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2016-10-10 01:19:25 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
--
Petzl
The Christian belief and fact is Moslems are deceived.
Like Schizophrenics, they need therapy;
Not confirmation of their delusions.
The recognized place of worship in a Christian Nation is a Christian
Church.
Mosques are the recognized place of worship only in Moslem countries
Australia's only legally defined God is our Christian God whose
compound redemptive name is Lord Jesus Christ
Something as simple as denying Moslems a place to pray is all it takes
to make them leave voluntarily and peacefully.
Dechucka
2016-10-10 01:23:00 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
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2016-10-10 01:51:16 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
When was a referendum held to change our constitution?
--
Petzl

Australia is Christian (only) contrary to the lie and swindle it's
not!
When did these words start being called a preamble?
http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html
They are embedded LAW (never in a preamble)
Australia has NEVER had a "Preamble" that is a con by secularists!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_of_Australia#Preamble
The "signature"
"La Reyne le veult" ("The Queen wills it") or "Le Roy le veult" ("The
King wills it") is a Norman French phrase used in the Parliament of
the United Kingdom to signify that a public bill (including a private
member's bill) has received royal assent from the monarch of the
United Kingdom. It is a legacy of the time prior to 1488 when
Parliamentary and judicial business was conducted in French, the
language of the educated classes after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It
is one of a small number of Norman French phrases that continue to be
used in the course of Parliamentary procedure.

Like it or lump it the following is the reality
According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input!

The God in our Constitution calls on is legally defined as the God of
the New Testament. Compound redemptive name is Lord Jesus Christ.

To be a religion in Australia it has to be In the name of the most
holy and undivided Trinity. In other words a denomination of
Christianity.

The Constitution of Australia Bill was passed by the Imperial
(British) Parliament on 5 July 1900.
Queen Victoria assented four days later, and in September proclaimed
hat the Commonwealth of Australia would come into existence on the
first day of the twentieth century (Tuesday 1 January 1901).
On the occasion, one of the Constitution’s most distinguished
co-authors, Sir John Downer, declared:
The Commonwealth of Australia will be from its first stage,
a Christian Commonwealth’.
During the 1897 Convention delegates have been inundated with
petitions in which the recognition of God in the Constitution was
demanded. The petitions, organized nationally asked for the
recognition of God as the ‘supreme ruler of the universe’; for the
declaration of national prayers and national days of thanksgiving and
‘humiliation’. But, the essence of their petition was that the
Constitution should include a statement of spiritual
—specifically Christian—
identity for the new nation.

The insertion of an acknowledgment of God into the Australian
Constitution occurred in response to overwhelming public support,
which came, among other things, from countless petitions received from
the citizens of every single colony in Australia. Overall, these
petitions reflected the general sentiments of the people for ‘some
outward recognition’ of the Divine Providence, so that the work of the
Australian Framers should ‘fix in our Constitution the elements of
reverence and strength, by expressing our share of the universal sense
that a Divine idea animates all our higher objects, and that the
guiding hand of Providence leads our wanderings towards the dawn

Islam is not a denomination of Christianity under our constitution is
not a religion!

Our Constitution still recognises the monarch of the United Kingdom as
our head of state.

In the feudal system from which our monarchic system arose, the
monarch was God's representative on earth and ruled by "Divine Right".
In other words, the Queen is Queen because God says she is Queen. You
and I cannot be a monarch because God has not chosen us.

So, for the monarchy to enjoy any legitimacy at all, God must exist.
If God does not exist, you and I have as much claim to the throne as
Elizabeth Battenberg ever did and the whole neo-feudal system of rank
and privilege comes crashing down.

It's not now taught in school, but Australia's Constitutional Monarchy
places us under a legally defined God - the Christian God, whose
compound redemptive Name is Lord Jesus Christ. Following the opening
words of our Constitution, "Whereas the people of...", comes the
clause: "...humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God..."
http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html

According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input. Clearly, those who
now have most influence in this country are people with no love for
Jesus Christ, or the Holy Bible.

So Moslems are not even Australian citizens, they are as always
invaders.

Always Moslems blame their murder sprees on everyone but themselves!
Like Schizophrenics, they need therapy. Not confirmation of their
delusions and as refugees made leave their delusions where they
created them.
For around 1,400 years Islam has produced the major majority of the
worlds refugees! Always fleeing from what they created!

http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html
According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input.
Australia the Monarch, currently Head of state, is installed in a
Christian service. Parliament which starts the day with prayer. The
courts and judiciary are still dedicated each year in a Christian
service. Those giving evidence in court still take the oath on the
Bible. Those members of Parliament taking their oath of office still
conclude with the words: "So help me God".
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2016-10-10 02:44:21 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when
I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
When was a referendum held to change our constitution?
Hasn't been one which is why we are secular state
Rod Speed
2016-10-10 04:34:07 UTC
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On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when
I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
When was a referendum held to change our constitution?
Didn't need to be changed, that's what it always said.
Petzl
2016-10-10 05:28:57 UTC
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Post by Petzl
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
When was a referendum held to change our constitution?
Didn't need to be changed, that's what it always said.
not so
Australia is Christian (only) contrary to the lie and swindle it's
not!
When did these words start being called a preamble?
http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html
They are embedded LAW (never in a preamble)
Australia has NEVER had a "Preamble" that is a con by secularists!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_of_Australia#Preamble
The "signature"
"La Reyne le veult" ("The Queen wills it") or "Le Roy le veult" ("The
King wills it") is a Norman French phrase used in the Parliament of
the United Kingdom to signify that a public bill (including a private
member's bill) has received royal assent from the monarch of the
United Kingdom. It is a legacy of the time prior to 1488 when
Parliamentary and judicial business was conducted in French, the
language of the educated classes after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It
is one of a small number of Norman French phrases that continue to be
used in the course of Parliamentary procedure.

Like it or lump it the following is the reality
According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input!

The God in our Constitution calls on is legally defined as the God of
the New Testament. Compound redemptive name is Lord Jesus Christ.

To be a religion in Australia it has to be In the name of the most
holy and undivided Trinity. In other words a denomination of
Christianity.

The Constitution of Australia Bill was passed by the Imperial
(British) Parliament on 5 July 1900.
Queen Victoria assented four days later, and in September proclaimed
hat the Commonwealth of Australia would come into existence on the
first day of the twentieth century (Tuesday 1 January 1901).
On the occasion, one of the Constitution’s most distinguished
co-authors, Sir John Downer, declared:
The Commonwealth of Australia will be from its first stage,
a Christian Commonwealth’.
During the 1897 Convention delegates have been inundated with
petitions in which the recognition of God in the Constitution was
demanded. The petitions, organized nationally asked for the
recognition of God as the ‘supreme ruler of the universe’; for the
declaration of national prayers and national days of thanksgiving and
‘humiliation’. But, the essence of their petition was that the
Constitution should include a statement of spiritual
—specifically Christian—
identity for the new nation.

The insertion of an acknowledgment of God into the Australian
Constitution occurred in response to overwhelming public support,
which came, among other things, from countless petitions received from
the citizens of every single colony in Australia. Overall, these
petitions reflected the general sentiments of the people for ‘some
outward recognition’ of the Divine Providence, so that the work of the
Australian Framers should ‘fix in our Constitution the elements of
reverence and strength, by expressing our share of the universal sense
that a Divine idea animates all our higher objects, and that the
guiding hand of Providence leads our wanderings towards the dawn

Islam is not a denomination of Christianity under our constitution is
not a religion!

Our Constitution still recognises the monarch of the United Kingdom as
our head of state.

In the feudal system from which our monarchic system arose, the
monarch was God's representative on earth and ruled by "Divine Right".
In other words, the Queen is Queen because God says she is Queen. You
and I cannot be a monarch because God has not chosen us.

So, for the monarchy to enjoy any legitimacy at all, God must exist.
If God does not exist, you and I have as much claim to the throne as
Elizabeth Battenberg ever did and the whole neo-feudal system of rank
and privilege comes crashing down.

It's not now taught in school, but Australia's Constitutional Monarchy
places us under a legally defined God - the Christian God, whose
compound redemptive Name is Lord Jesus Christ. Following the opening
words of our Constitution, "Whereas the people of...", comes the
clause: "...humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God..."
http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html

According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input. Clearly, those who
now have most influence in this country are people with no love for
Jesus Christ, or the Holy Bible.

So Moslems are not even Australian citizens, they are as always
invaders.

Always Moslems blame their murder sprees on everyone but themselves!
Like Schizophrenics, they need therapy. Not confirmation of their
delusions and as refugees made leave their delusions where they
created them.
For around 1,400 years Islam has produced the major majority of the
worlds refugees! Always fleeing from what they created!
**********************************
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Vict/63-64/12/introduction

Australia's Constitutional Monarchy places us under our legally
defined God - the Christian God, whose compound redemptive Name is
Lord Jesus Christ. Following the opening words of our Constitution,
"Whereas the people of...", comes the clause: "...humbly relying on
the blessing of Almighty God..."
http://foundingdocs.gov.au/scan-sid-103.html
According to our law, all our legislation and its administration is to
be interpreted in accordance with the Ten Commandments and the Bible.
This excludes non-Christians from political input.
Australia the Monarch, currently Head of state, is installed in a
Christian service. Parliament which starts the day with prayer. The
courts and judiciary are still dedicated each year in a Christian
service. Those giving evidence in court still take the oath on the
Bible. Those members of Parliament taking their oath of office still
conclude with the words: "So help me God".
--
Petzl
ALWAYS Vote oligarchies Coalition, Labor, "Greens"
*LAST*, Federal State and Council!
Or you are voting for Islam and Sharia.
Rod Speed
2016-10-10 05:39:20 UTC
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On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 15:34:07 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Petzl
Post by Dechucka
Post by Petzl
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
When was a referendum held to change our constitution?
Didn't need to be changed, that's what it always said.
not so
Fraid so.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_116_of_the_Constitution_of_Australia
felix
2016-10-10 03:41:27 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
snip
Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app. The
rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not going to
read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks great but it is
a tool and is not essential to life as some people think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country for
200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and imho will
survive as long as they would with one.
Australia survided as a Christian Colony then Christian Nation for
it's first 200 years
BS we are a secular nation
based on christian values. unless the moslems take over..
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Xeno
2016-10-10 02:31:24 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by felix
Post by Dechucka
Post by Jeßus
Post by Dechucka
Post by Jeßus
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so
when I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app.
The rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not
going to read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks
great but it is a tool and is not essential to life as some people
think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country
for 200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and
imho will survive as long as they would with one.
Some people would disagree with you. I can see the withdrawal symptoms
quite clearly when some people lose signal or their battery goes flat
prematurely. Me, I deliberately leave my phone at home on occasion and
it irks my wife no end when she tries to ring and my phone rings on my
desk at home. Nice to sever the umbilical cord at times! ;-)
--
Xeno

First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
felix
2016-10-10 03:48:40 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
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Post by Dechucka
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
snip
Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so
when I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me, but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
As I said I need a smart phone for the Rover first responders app.
The rest of the crap will take longer to get a handle on, I'm not
going to read the 95 page .pdf :-( All the stuff I can get looks
great but it is a tool and is not essential to life as some people
think it is.
not essential for life!!? wherever did you get such a ridiculous idea
from??.. :)
Well because they aren't. Australia has survived as a European country
for 200+ years without them. My parents don't have a smart phone and
imho will survive as long as they would with one.
Some people would disagree with you. I can see the withdrawal symptoms
quite clearly when some people lose signal or their battery goes flat
prematurely.
I suffer traumatic stress if I'm more than 20 ft from my phone.. :)
Post by Xeno
Me, I deliberately leave my phone at home on occasion and it irks my
wife no end when she tries to ring and my phone rings on my desk at
home. Nice to sever the umbilical cord at times! ;-)
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
felix
2016-10-10 00:38:57 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
Post by Jeßus
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
Post by Jeßus
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Dechucka
2016-10-10 00:45:09 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
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Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
Post by Jeßus
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
Post by Jeßus
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
Properly, what does that mean? When we got Rover I said we'll use about 5%
of what it can do and I believe that is true of the average person with most
programs or their smart phone apps. OK all these things are useful but
aren't life defining.
felix
2016-10-10 00:57:15 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so
when I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
Post by Jeßus
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
Post by Jeßus
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a
smartphone properly
Properly, what does that mean?
it means I didn't want to risk upsetting him by him possibly inferring
that I was suggesting he couldn't use it at all.. :)
Post by Dechucka
When we got Rover I said we'll use about 5% of what it can do and I
believe that is true of the average person with most programs or their
smart phone apps. OK all these things are useful but aren't life
defining.
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Dechucka
2016-10-10 01:18:48 UTC
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Post by Dechucka
Post by felix
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Post by Dechucka
Post by Jeßus
Post by Dechucka
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Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
Post by Jeßus
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
Post by Jeßus
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
Properly, what does that mean?
it means I didn't want to risk upsetting him by him possibly inferring
that I was suggesting he couldn't use it at all.. :)
So that was a joke?
felix
2016-10-10 03:38:42 UTC
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Post by felix
Post by Dechucka
Post by felix
On Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:37:40 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 15:05:03 +1100, "Dechucka"
Post by Dechucka
snip
Post by Jeßus
The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so
when I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a
smartphone properly
Properly, what does that mean?
it means I didn't want to risk upsetting him by him possibly
inferring that I was suggesting he couldn't use it at all.. :)
So that was a joke?
no. just what I said. he does tend to get upset easily at times
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
Xeno
2016-10-10 02:28:51 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when
I drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
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but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
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Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data. but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
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It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
Properly, what does that mean? When we got Rover I said we'll use about
5% of what it can do and I believe that is true of the average person
with most programs or their smart phone apps. OK all these things are
useful but aren't life defining.
True, I don't use anywhere near the full functionality of my iPhone. My
usage of the various features is expanding over time. These days I use
calls, texts, camera, notepad, GPS, Google maps, white pages and a few
others.
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First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
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2016-10-10 00:54:16 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
It won't work.
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Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data.
No mobile coverage here and why should I have to anyway?
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but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
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It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
The problem is it's too dumbed down and restricting for me, it's not a
case of being stupid. I'm not stupid enough to be satisfied with it.
Even if I persevered with it and got it to work for me I'd still be
unhappy with it. Too many hoops to jump through just to do the most
basic task. I'll stick to a laptop.
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2016-10-10 01:03:03 UTC
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snip >>>>>> >>>>>>> The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g >>>>>>> >>>>>> I've
got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m >>>>>> so when I
drop it in the animal trough while cleaning them >>>>>> it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see >>>>>
how it possibly could be with that flimsy back cover. >>>> Buggered if I
know but the world of a smart-phone is >>>> interesting. I listened to
the radio on the train which is a >>>> bonus but I assume sucks ones
data allowance. Oh well I'll >>>> figure it out. >>>> >>>> my RFS pager
survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old >>>> Telstra flip phoned
got washed and dryered, both surviving, so >>>> there is hope. >>> I
don't know WTF is wrong with me, >> >> I have a few ideas.. >> >>> but
I'm ready to smash both my new tablet and smart phone. I >>> quite
simply cannot use these devices. I wish I took heed of my >>> instincts
to avoid these devices but I didn't. So it looks like >>> I'm off to buy
a laptop and I'll stick to my old Nokia phone. >>> >>> I just tried
again for the nth time to search for and download a >>> Usenet app. >>
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app > > It won't
work.
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it does,
tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected). >> >> use
mobile data. > > No mobile coverage here and why should I have to anyway?

if your wi-fi is crappy. but if you have no phone coverage then I guess
you have no mobile data either
but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore >> >>> >>> It
just ain't worth it persevering with. >> >> I guess not if you're too
stupid to figure out how to use a >> smartphone properly > > The problem
is it's too dumbed down and restricting for me, it's not > a case of
being stupid. I'm not stupid enough to be satisfied with > it. Even if I
persevered with it and got it to work for me I'd still > be unhappy with
it. Too many hoops to jump through just to do the > most basic task.
I'll stick to a laptop.

but you can't put a laptop in your pocket
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2016-10-10 01:05:40 UTC
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snip >>>>>> >>>>>>> The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g >>>>>>> >>>>>> I've
got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m >>>>>> so when I
drop it in the animal trough while cleaning them >>>>>> it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see >>>>>
how it possibly could be with that flimsy back cover. >>>> Buggered if I
know but the world of a smart-phone is >>>> interesting. I listened to
the radio on the train which is a >>>> bonus but I assume sucks ones
data allowance. Oh well I'll >>>> figure it out. >>>> >>>> my RFS pager
survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old >>>> Telstra flip phoned
got washed and dryered, both surviving, so >>>> there is hope. >>> I
don't know WTF is wrong with me, >> >> I have a few ideas.. >> >>> but
I'm ready to smash both my new tablet and smart phone. I >>> quite
simply cannot use these devices. I wish I took heed of my >>> instincts
to avoid these devices but I didn't. So it looks like >>> I'm off to buy
a laptop and I'll stick to my old Nokia phone. >>> >>> I just tried
again for the nth time to search for and download a >>> Usenet app. >>
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app > > It won't
work.
Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it does,
tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected). >> >> use
mobile data. > > No mobile coverage here and why should I have to anyway?
if your wi-fi is crappy. but if you have no phone coverage then I guess
you have no mobile data either
but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore >> >>> >>> It
just ain't worth it persevering with. >> >> I guess not if you're too
stupid to figure out how to use a >> smartphone properly > > The problem
is it's too dumbed down and restricting for me, it's not > a case of
being stupid. I'm not stupid enough to be satisfied with > it. Even if I
persevered with it and got it to work for me I'd still > be unhappy with
it. Too many hoops to jump through just to do the > most basic task.
I'll stick to a laptop.
^^^ What in the Fuck is all that mess above? Is that you on your smart
phone?
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but you can't put a laptop in your pocket
No, and I'm perfectly fine with that.
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2016-10-10 01:08:26 UTC
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^^^ What in the Fuck is all that mess above? Is that you on your smart
phone?
no, I pressed the wrong key and it got converted to text, or something
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but you can't put a laptop in your pocket
No, and I'm perfectly fine with that.
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from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 01:11:49 UTC
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^^^ What in the Fuck is all that mess above? Is that you on your smart
phone?
no, I pressed the wrong key and it got converted to text, or something
On a PC? And you call *me* stupid for having difficulties with tiny
smart phone keyboards?
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2016-10-10 03:37:28 UTC
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^^^ What in the Fuck is all that mess above? Is that you on your smart
phone?
no, I pressed the wrong key and it got converted to text, or something
On a PC? And you call *me* stupid for having difficulties with tiny
smart phone keyboards?
easily happens if you try to do things too quickly. "more haste, less
speed" as the saying goes
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2016-10-10 05:08:36 UTC
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^^^ What in the Fuck is all that mess above? Is that you on your smart
phone?
no, I pressed the wrong key and it got converted to text, or something
On a PC? And you call *me* stupid for having difficulties with tiny
smart phone keyboards?
easily happens if you try to do things too quickly. "more haste, less
speed" as the saying goes
Yeah, I noticed it was responding too slowly a few times. Just another
reason these devices are not suited to my needs. I'll get a laptop.
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2016-10-10 01:22:25 UTC
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as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
It won't work.
you need to use
https://play.google.com/store/apps?hl=en
It will check you Mobiles compatability for download.
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2016-10-10 03:40:40 UTC
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as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
It won't work.
you need to use
https://play.google.com/store/apps?hl=en
It will check you Mobiles compatability for download.
I think his problem is he doesn't have mobile data, and his wi-fi is crap
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
I have a few ideas..
Post by Jeßus
but I'm ready to smash both my new
tablet and smart phone. I quite simply cannot use these devices. I
wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app.
as I said.. search and download from the Playstore app
It won't work.
Because you don't in fact have a viable wifi connection.
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Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon as it
does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
use mobile data.
No mobile coverage here and why should I have to anyway?
Post by felix
but no need to use chrome anyway, use playtstore
Post by Jeßus
It just ain't worth it persevering with.
I guess not if you're too stupid to figure out how to use a smartphone
properly
The problem is it's too dumbed down and restricting for me,
The real problem is that you are too fucking
stupid to work out why it isnt working.
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it's not a case of being stupid.
It is actually.
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I'm not stupid enough to be satisfied with it.
Even if I persevered with it and got it to work
for me I'd still be unhappy with it.
Because you actually are that stupid.
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Too many hoops to jump through just to do the most basic task.
Wrong when you know what you are doing.
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I'll stick to a laptop.
Yep, you actually are that stupid.
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I
drop
it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I listened
to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks ones data
allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
I don't know WTF is wrong with me,
The problem is between your ears.
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but I'm ready to smash both my new tablet and smart phone.
I quite simply cannot use these devices.
What did you get ?
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I wish I took heed of my instincts to avoid these devices but I didn't.
So it looks like I'm off to buy a laptop and I'll stick to my old
Nokia phone.
Mad.
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I just tried again for the nth time to search for and download a
Usenet app. Either the chrome browser won't respond or as soon
as it does, tells me I'm not connected to wifi (I am connected).
Clearly the wifi connection keeps dropping out.
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It just ain't worth it persevering with.
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2016-10-10 00:29:51 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks
ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
internet radio uses very little data
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my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra
flip phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
nano-coat it! ..

--
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from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 00:39:41 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks
ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
internet radio uses very little data
OK cool
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my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
nano-coat it! .. http://youtu.be/6DVVWzymbE8
Why bother? on the fire ground I'll put it in two condoms to be sure to be
sure. Actually it should be OK from their claimed immersion data.

BTW it isn't a myth using a condom to keep your rifle barrel clean however
if you forget to take it off it makes a mess that you need to clean. Not
sure why I had a flashback to ancient times
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume
sucks ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
internet radio uses very little data
OK cool
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Post by Dechucka
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra
flip phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
nano-coat it! .. http://youtu.be/6DVVWzymbE8
Why bother? on the fire ground I'll put it in two condoms to be sure
to be sure. Actually it should be OK from their claimed immersion data.
BTW it isn't a myth using a condom to keep your rifle barrel clean
of course not
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however if you forget to take it off it makes a mess that you need to
clean.
uh-huh
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Not sure why I had a flashback to ancient times
you mentioned condoms.. :)
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Not sure why I had a flashback to ancient times
you mentioned condoms.. :)
In the old days when someone mentioned condoms I used to think sex, now I
think arctic warfare rifles :-(
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2016-10-10 02:40:03 UTC
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Not sure why I had a flashback to ancient times
you mentioned condoms.. :)
In the old days when someone mentioned condoms I used to think sex, now
I think arctic warfare rifles :-(
That's a sign you're getting old.
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First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
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Not sure why I had a flashback to ancient times
you mentioned condoms.. :)
In the old days when someone mentioned condoms I used to think sex,
now I think arctic warfare rifles :-(
I think ancient history.. :(
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2016-10-10 02:10:45 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks
ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
internet radio uses very little data
Depends on the 'quality' of transmission you choose. Still way less than
video streaming however.
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Post by Dechucka
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra
flip phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
nano-coat it! .. http://youtu.be/6DVVWzymbE8
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First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
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2016-10-10 03:46:07 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks
ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
internet radio uses very little data
Depends on the 'quality' of transmission you choose.
48 kbps or 64 kbps with TuneIn Radio , so not much difference
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Still way less than video streaming however.
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Post by Dechucka
my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra
flip phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
nano-coat it! .. http://youtu.be/6DVVWzymbE8
--
"everything in Islam originates
from the testimony of one pedophile"
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
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2016-10-10 02:24:18 UTC
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The box says it's a 'moto g4 Play'
https://www.motorola.com.au/products/moto-g
I've got one of those. They claim it is water proof to 1 m so when I drop it
in the animal trough while cleaning them it should be OK
Fark... I wouldn't trust mine to be waterproof, I can't see how it
possibly could be with that flimsy back cover.
Buggered if I know but the world of a smart-phone is interesting. I
listened to the radio on the train which is a bonus but I assume sucks
ones data allowance. Oh well I'll figure it out.
Depends on whether it's using data or the FM radio signal direct. Most
smartphones have an FM receiver chip built in, it's the same one that is
used for Wifi and Bluetooth. My previous smartphones needed the
headphones plugged in as a pseudo antenna. iPhones have the FM chip too
but it's deactivated. That's because Apple, and most smartphone service
providers, are pushing music streaming services. The original Samsung
Galaxy phones had the FM service enabled but this changed with the
introduction of the Galaxy S4.
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my RFS pager survived 72 hrs + in a horse trough and my old Telstra flip
phoned got washed and dryered, both surviving, so there is hope.
--
Xeno

First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
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2016-10-08 08:33:33 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Should have overcome your prejudices and bought an iPad.
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And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
Practice makes perfect. Good eyesight helps! ;-)
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Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

Mahatma Ghandi
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Should have overcome your prejudices and bought an iPad.
He probably doesn't want the compulsory lobotomy that comes with it :-)
Jeßus
2016-10-09 21:38:30 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Should have overcome your prejudices and bought an iPad.
He probably doesn't want the compulsory lobotomy that comes with it :-)
No. I don't go much on that requirement ;)
Dechucka
2016-10-09 23:52:30 UTC
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Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Should have overcome your prejudices and bought an iPad.
When my daughter reached puberty I brought her a IPad but apparently she
didn't want it for her 'I". Bloody awful mistake
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2016-10-10 02:09:46 UTC
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Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Should have overcome your prejudices and bought an iPad.
When my daughter reached puberty I brought her a IPad but apparently she
didn't want it for her 'I". Bloody awful mistake
They want the iPhone 6 instead. ;-)
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First they ignore you,
Then they ridicule you,
Then they fight you,
Then you win.

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Rod Speed
2016-10-08 17:39:44 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
Jeßus
2016-10-08 23:57:47 UTC
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Post by felix
On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
Petzl
2016-10-09 00:07:19 UTC
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And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
With me I have to use a "touch pen" for mobile about 2" long
https://is.gd/1haCsx
These fit into audio jack and keep it clean.
under $2 post included
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"First they ignore you,
then they ridicule you,
then they fight you, and then you win."

Mahatma Gandhi
Jeßus
2016-10-09 00:15:59 UTC
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And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
With me I have to use a "touch pen" for mobile about 2" long
https://is.gd/1haCsx
These fit into audio jack and keep it clean.
under $2 post included
Ah-ha... I forgot about those. That might be the best solution, thanks
:)
Petzl
2016-10-09 01:43:17 UTC
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And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
With me I have to use a "touch pen" for mobile about 2" long
https://is.gd/1haCsx
These fit into audio jack and keep it clean.
under $2 post included
Ah-ha... I forgot about those. That might be the best solution, thanks
:)
But then you need (wireless) blue tooth noise canceling earphones to
listen to music.
https://www.cnet.com/au/products/bose-quietcomfort-35/
Drain battery though (bluetooth) but on plane they now have power
points
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2016-10-09 01:50:08 UTC
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And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
With me I have to use a "touch pen" for mobile about 2" long
https://is.gd/1haCsx
These fit into audio jack and keep it clean.
under $2 post included
Ah-ha... I forgot about those. That might be the best solution, thanks
:)
But then you need (wireless) blue tooth noise canceling earphones to
listen to music.
https://www.cnet.com/au/products/bose-quietcomfort-35/
Nah... just the standard ear plugs will do.
Post by Petzl
Drain battery though (bluetooth) but on plane they now have power
points
I did actually buy an external battery for the phone and tablet but
I'll certainly use their power points.
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2016-10-09 00:32:57 UTC
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On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 04:39:44 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Post by Rod Speed
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Post by felix
On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for
Usenet -
and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
They let the autocorrect fix that most of the time.
I'll have to figure out if auto correct is on or not. Don't think
it'll help much anyway when I've already fucked up the second
character of a word.
It fixes the problem anyway. And goes much further than that too,
so that you don't have to type more than a couple of characters
for the longer words to have it auto complete too.
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2016-10-08 22:11:19 UTC
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Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
Well you might be able to run Windows under emulation:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1459153

XP would probably be too great a load on the poor little
emulated PC, Win98 might be better. Then there's Linux -
which I know a lot about running on low spec. systems.

No idea whether the PC emulator provides a method for the
Operating System to use the network interface/s. That would
be the first issue to check out.
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2016-10-08 23:58:36 UTC
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Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1459153
XP would probably be too great a load on the poor little
emulated PC, Win98 might be better. Then there's Linux -
which I know a lot about running on low spec. systems.
No idea whether the PC emulator provides a method for the
Operating System to use the network interface/s. That would
be the first issue to check out.
It's an interesting idea, for sure. I doubt I'll find the time to get
into all that before my trip though.
Dechucka
2016-10-09 04:00:51 UTC
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I need an app to tell when there is a prang at Bathurst so I can see the
replay :-(
Jeßus
2016-10-09 21:24:02 UTC
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I need an app to tell when there is a prang at Bathurst so I can see the
replay :-(
I need an app to make Bathurst interesting again :/
Dechucka
2016-10-09 23:40:36 UTC
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I need an app to tell when there is a prang at Bathurst so I can see the
replay :-(
I need an app to make Bathurst interesting again :/
Ah the good old days when they had different divisions so you had the big
Jag or whatever coming up on the Mini Cooper. There is some European sports
car comp, which I watched with my brother in law, where they had 2 different
divisions in the same race. Made it very interesting.
Jeßus
2016-10-10 01:06:51 UTC
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I need an app to tell when there is a prang at Bathurst so I can see the
replay :-(
I need an app to make Bathurst interesting again :/
Ah the good old days when they had different divisions so you had the big
Jag or whatever coming up on the Mini Cooper. There is some European sports
car comp, which I watched with my brother in law, where they had 2 different
divisions in the same race. Made it very interesting.
I used to be fairly interested in motorsport but it's too clinical and
homogenised these days.
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2016-10-09 07:10:08 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
With Usenet slowly dying, I don't think that there is too much of an
incentive to spend time and money developing applications for it.
Jeßus
2016-10-09 21:24:40 UTC
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On Fri, 7 Oct 2016 13:58:25 +1100, "Rod Speed"
Didn't take much research to learn there are few apps for Usenet - and
none are regarded particularly highly. Even so, does anyone have any
recommendations, or should I use a web based Usenet service? Tnx.
You useless pack of cvnts... ;)
I don't think there are any decent Usenet apps for Android.
Yeah... I kinda realised that after some investigation but posted the
question anyway. I guess I'll just have to go to a web based option.
There is a pretty decent one for iphones, Newstap.
Pity it's apple only.
type 'newsgroup reader' into google play. there's quite a few apps
listed. I would assume all or some allow you to post
I've done a couple of searches and investigated all the options,
nobody seems to think there's anything decent out there for Android.
So I've resigned myself to using a paid for web based solution. I
guess it doesnt matter so much anyway when it's on a smart phone and
tablet.
Frankly, I'm starting to wish I went with my instincts and bought a
low end laptop with Windows on it instead of a tablet.
And I'm already thinking of selling the Motorola smart phone I bought
last weekend as the goddamned 'keyboard' is just too small for me to
use. I don't even have big hands or fingers, I'm fucked if I know how
people can type on them without having to backspace/correct every
second character.
With Usenet slowly dying, I don't think that there is too much of an
incentive to spend time and money developing applications for it.
Yes, true. On the scheme of things, Usenet doesnt even rate.
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