Went to lunch at Rivermark, there is a T-mobile office there so I stopped in to see if they could tell me whether my hand-made ring tones are "legal" on their phones. Took 20 minutes, but the answer appears to be "yes". I need to do some research, but I kinda liked the look of their G1 phone. They also carry a couple of Moto phones which would be compatible with the software I already own. 30-day return policy, which is nice.
One thing I miss about Vonage is they let you set up for all your phone numbers to ring when your Vonage number rings.
Anna Eshoo, my Congresscritter, has posted a well-organized and fairly detailed "what's in it for Cali" write-up about the
California has a budget, only 106 days past the deadline. No matter what you think of your state legislators, vote against the incumbents next time around. They all need to be schooled. When I covered the WA legislature I saw the same thing - state reps and senators get most of their $$ from their party, and if they don't toe the party line, the party will not just withhold funds, it will actively work against their re-election. This has to stop, and the only way to stop it is to clean house and ban parties from contributing to local candidates. The open primaries program is a good start, but it isn't enough.
And how stupid is it that the state republican party sided against their own governor? Sounds like a personality clash.
Plans for tonight: Sit at home in the dark waiting for my phone to not ring. Thanks for the image, unseelie23. :-)