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Old 12-07-2002, 06:34 PM
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I'm good for about 1/year.

2 - 1000 Islands
2 - Onieda Lake
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Old 12-07-2002, 09:35 PM
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that does suck worse.... you win
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Old 12-07-2002, 09:48 PM
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i1000 in the oily bilge...screen is kinda funky but still works.

Ive since retired that phone
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Old 12-07-2002, 09:58 PM
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My wife just got me a new vx10 today ( she works for verizon wireless )
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Old 12-07-2002, 10:52 PM
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This year has been one for the books.

3 I-1000 Nextels in Lake of the Ozarks.

Everytime trying to put it back on the clip and just after talking to some girl.

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I lost three in one weekend!!!! One was lost at work. New one got left on the fender of the trailer after I did a bit of bearing work and then the power went out so I could not see what I was doing. I was so concerned about not forgetting my friends tools I forgot about the phone. Well I get out on the road and decide to test the breaks, hit them hard and I hear the phone slide past me on the road!!!! Well then I get another and I am out on the 21 foot Seabold and hit a wave and the thing lands in the engine well. I was pumped and was climbing back to get it when boat cuts across my stern with a wake and it goes right into the well

Then out at Havasue Dougie Fresh and I were messing around and he went to toss me into the pool and at the last second as I was going in I grabbed him. TWO PHONES DOWN THE DRAIN. Mine was 600 bucks and I am sure his was not cheap either.

The best phones were the old BRICKS. You guys remember those? I put one of those through the wash and at the bottom of the lake they would not die!!!!

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I use FoneSync4.0

They make cords for most of the cellphones out there. With this software and my computer I can dump my phone numbers into the computer, and when the phone goes byebye, I can dump them all back into the new one.

So far this has been done on 3 phones.

I recommend this to everybody.

(bought my FoneSync off Ebay for $10 and my cord for $15 from a cellphone website).
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Originally posted by MIdnightRider
1. Nextel I-1000 , Found in bilge after motor was pulled, swore someone had to have stolen it.
"Do you hear that?"
"Hear what?
"that ringing noise coming from the engine"
"nope"
"Hmmm, Don't hear it now... must be nuthin"
.
Next weekend...
.
"There it is again!"
"There's what"
"that [email protected] ringin noise in the motor"
"yep, heard it that time, don't hear it now though"
"Well crap, better tear it down and see what's the matter with it"
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Next weekend...
.
"Well, she's all torn down, don't see a dang thing wrong"
"Did you here that?"
"There it is again!"
"aw sh#t..."

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Quote:
Originally posted by Mach1Shorty
"Do you hear that?"
"Hear what?
"that ringing noise coming from the engine"
"nope"
"Hmmm, Don't hear it now... must be nuthin"
.
Next weekend...
.
"There it is again!"
"There's what"
"that [email protected] ringin noise in the motor"
"yep, heard it that time, don't hear it now though"
"Well crap, better tear it down and see what's the matter with it"
.
Next weekend...
.
"Well, she's all torn down, don't see a dang thing wrong"
"Did you here that?"
"There it is again!"
"aw sh#t..."

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-08-2002, 02:00 AM
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Dropped one in the toilet while taking a crap at the local party island.
dried it out & its lost some pixels but works fine !!
The best bit is that no-one tries to borrow it off me !!
 
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