Leap Year Survey for 2008–The Results

If you’ve been a fan of this blog for a while (and I can’t imagine many people have), you may recall a post which I wrote the last Leap Year on February 29, 2008. At that time I was 38, Anthony was 4 and still in preschool, and I was still happily employed at Learning … Continue reading Leap Year Survey for 2008–The Results

Virgin Mobile Gives Us More Choices

It seems like it was yesterday when I wrote a post about the survey I had taken in which Virgin Mobile was asking me what I thought of the potential names of their upcoming phones. Almost one month to the day of that post, today Virgin Mobile announced two brand-spanking-new models: the LG Optimus Slider … Continue reading Virgin Mobile Gives Us More Choices

Virgin Mobile Survey: New Phones and Potential Names

Just when I thought Virgin Mobile was starting to overlook me for survey purposes, I get one in my inbox! This time we find out a few details of what they have planned for the future. Here’s the first screengrab: Hey, it looks like Virgin Mobile has yet another Android phone on the horizon! No … Continue reading Virgin Mobile Survey: New Phones and Potential Names

Virgin Mobile Survey: Upgraded Customer Service?

As you can probably guess, I love my Virgin Mobile Optimus V phone. And despite its problems I can’t tell people enough about it. I got another survey from Virgin Mobile today and it only centered around thing: upgraded service. The gist of it was that if I would be willing to pay extra for … Continue reading Virgin Mobile Survey: Upgraded Customer Service?

Idiosyncrasies

Here’s a list of 10 things I do without really thinking. Without fail, I eat fries before the main course (when I do eat fries). Speaking of fries, I sprinkle salt and pepper on the ketchup rather than the fries. When drinking a bottled beverage with a sticker label, the label’s seam is always facing … Continue reading Idiosyncrasies