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Old 07-21-2007, 07:51 AM
Ronbo
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Default Turn on Phone remotely?

Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
remotely to help me find it?

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Old 07-21-2007, 02:24 PM
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"Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
> remotely to help me find it?


Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie, she--
not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it can't be found.



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Old 07-21-2007, 03:19 PM
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Slacker wrote:
> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>> remotely to help me find it?

>
> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie, she--
> not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it can't be found.
>
>

YUp, Agree 100%. She'e phoneless now. What got me was we just renewed
and it's one month old, but I will reactivate one og the old ones since
the contract as 23 months left on it.

Thanks 4 the reply

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Old 07-21-2007, 03:26 PM
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On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:24:23 -0400, Slacker wrote:

> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>> remotely to help me find it?

>
> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie, she--
> not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it can't be found.


**** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?

Stoopid ********
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Old 07-21-2007, 04:24 PM
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Tequila Mockingbird <debbie@debbiecoats.com> wrote:

> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:24:23 -0400, Slacker wrote:
>
>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it
>>> on remotely to help me find it?

>>
>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>> it if it can't be found.

>
> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?


Sure she is. she's supposed to be responsible if she's mature enough to
have her own phone. She can give up allowance to buy the new phone or
help with housework, etc.

> Stoopid ********


Yes, you seem to be...


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Old 07-21-2007, 09:17 PM
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On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 09:24:09 -0700, XS11E wrote:

>>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it
>>>> on remotely to help me find it?
>>>
>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>>> it if it can't be found.

>>
>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?

>
> Sure she is.


Moron.

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Old 07-21-2007, 10:33 PM
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Tequila Mockingbird <debbie@debbiecoats.com> wrote:

> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 09:24:09 -0700, XS11E wrote:
>
>>>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn
>>>>> it on remotely to help me find it?
>>>>
>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>>>> it if it can't be found.
>>>
>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?

>>
>> Sure she is.

>
> Moron.


Geez, what witty comeback. Are you raising your 10yr old to be as
stupid, obnoxious (look it up) and ignorant as yourself?


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Old 07-22-2007, 06:02 PM
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Default Can anyone REALLY be this stupid..or is this from a Troll???


"Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
> remotely to help me find it?


What kind of a ****ING idiot buys his 10 year old daughter a Cellular Phone?
Try spending time with your kid, before she's out of the house at age 14
with a
mattress strapped to her back.
Someone should shove that phone up YOUR ***! Dipshit...a cellphone is not a
substitute for a "Parent", but simply a electronic leash for YOUR use.
Try supervising your kid,add her to YOUR life.A Cellphone is not guidance or
protection for a 10 year old.You need a size 11 shoe shoved up your ***
BEFORE your child
is injured or learns what a poor/ignorant parent she has.
Grow up *******, and be a god damn father!!!




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Old 07-22-2007, 08:24 PM
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At 22 Jul 2007 18:02:42 +0000 Porgy Tirebiter wrote:
>


> What kind of a ****ING idiot buys his 10 year old daughter a Cellular

Phone?


One that finds it useful.

> Try spending time with your kid, before she's out of the house at age

14
> with a
> mattress strapped to her back.



A cellphone is just a tool. What bug crawled up your backside? I keep a
spare prepaid phone lying around and give it to my 9-year-old son when he
goes down to the nearby pond to fish. It's a "just-in-case" sort of thing.


> Someone should shove that phone up YOUR ***! Dipshit...a cellphone is

not a
> substitute for a "Parent", but simply a electronic leash for YOUR use.



TVs, PCs,and GameBoys aren't "substitutes" either, but there's nothing
wrong in moderate use of them either.

> Try supervising your kid,add her to YOUR life.A Cellphone is not

guidance or
> protection for a 10 year old.You need a size 11 shoe shoved up your ***
> BEFORE your child
> is injured or learns what a poor/ignorant parent she has.


Based on the two posts from the OP he hasn't shown himself to be an
irresponsible parent- in fact he plans to have her work off the cost of
the replacement.


> Grow up *******, and be a god damn father!!!


Somehow I think you're the one with the deep-seated father issues here,
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Old 07-23-2007, 12:03 AM
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Nice rant!! One problem. Ronbo never said his daughter was 10. For all you
know, she could be 40



"Porgy Tirebiter" <biteme@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>> remotely to help me find it?

>
> What kind of a ****ING idiot buys his 10 year old daughter a Cellular
> Phone?
> Try spending time with your kid, before she's out of the house at age 14
> with a
> mattress strapped to her back.
> Someone should shove that phone up YOUR ***! Dipshit...a cellphone is not
> a
> substitute for a "Parent", but simply a electronic leash for YOUR use.
> Try supervising your kid,add her to YOUR life.A Cellphone is not guidance
> or
> protection for a 10 year old.You need a size 11 shoe shoved up your ***
> BEFORE your child
> is injured or learns what a poor/ignorant parent she has.
> Grow up *******, and be a god damn father!!!
>
>
>




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Old 07-23-2007, 03:01 PM
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Tequila Mockingbird wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:24:23 -0400, Slacker wrote:
>
>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>>> remotely to help me find it?

>>
>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie,
>> she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it
>> can't be found.

>
> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>
> Stoopid ********


Do you really not get that a 10 year old should not be having a cell phone?
And if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should have some
responsibility and be held accountable?

Name-calling does not reflect well for you. Put more thought into what you
have to say.



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Old 07-24-2007, 12:08 AM
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Just my opinion: I agree with much of what you wrote, including my personal
opinion that a 10 year old for most situations has little to no need for a
cell phone. That being my opinion, none of my children had cell phones when
they were 10. What gives you the authority to determine that her 10 year old
or any other 10 year old but your own, "should not be having a cell phone"




"Carl" <crothman@NOSPAMoptonline.net> wrote in message
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> Tequila Mockingbird wrote:
>> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:24:23 -0400, Slacker wrote:
>>
>>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>>>> remotely to help me find it?
>>>
>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie,
>>> she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it
>>> can't be found.

>>
>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>
>> Stoopid ********

>
> Do you really not get that a 10 year old should not be having a cell
> phone? And if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should have
> some responsibility and be held accountable?
>
> Name-calling does not reflect well for you. Put more thought into what you
> have to say.
>




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Old 07-24-2007, 01:05 AM
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In article <1i7lkohf3zwtu.1ps9qt4u9mqun$.dlg@40tude.net>,
debbie@debbiecoats.com says...
> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 09:24:09 -0700, XS11E wrote:
>
> >>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> >>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
> >>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it
> >>>> on remotely to help me find it?
> >>>
> >>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
> >>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
> >>> it if it can't be found.
> >>
> >> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?

> >
> > Sure she is.

>
> Moron.
>


Wait 'til she's sixteen and see what she wants....


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Old 07-25-2007, 01:25 PM
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"Tequila Mockingbird" <debbie@debbiecoats.com> wrote in message
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> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 09:24:09 -0700, XS11E wrote:
>
> >>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> >>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
> >>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it
> >>>> on remotely to help me find it?
> >>>
> >>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
> >>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
> >>> it if it can't be found.
> >>
> >> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?

> >
> > Sure she is.

>
> Moron.


No, more like you're the nitwit. Both for the replies and for giving a
child a cell phone.


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Old 07-25-2007, 03:58 PM
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On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 15:33:07 -0700, XS11E wrote:

>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>>>>> it if it can't be found.
>>>>
>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>
>>> Sure she is.

>>
>> Moron.

>
> Geez, what witty comeback. Are you raising your 10yr old to be as
> stupid, obnoxious (look it up) and ignorant as yourself?


When would I have the time, she needs to be working according to you,
****face.

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Old 07-25-2007, 03:59 PM
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On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 21:05:33 -0400, Drumstick wrote:

>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>>>>> it if it can't be found.
>>>>
>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>
>>> Sure she is.

>>
>> Moron.
>>

>
> Wait 'til she's sixteen and see what she wants....
>
> Drum--


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A bunny?
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Old 07-25-2007, 04:00 PM
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On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 09:25:39 -0400, Bill Kearney wrote:

>>>>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>>>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>>>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it
>>>>>> on remotely to help me find it?
>>>>>
>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for
>>>>> it if it can't be found.
>>>>
>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>
>>> Sure she is.

>>
>> Moron.

>
> No, more like you're the nitwit. Both for the replies and for giving a
> child a cell phone.


Hey. Bill, short clue for your stunted brain.

It wasn't my child.
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Old 07-25-2007, 04:46 PM
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RBM wrote:
> Just my opinion: I agree with much of what you wrote, including my
> personal opinion that a 10 year old for most situations has little to
> no need for a cell phone. That being my opinion, none of my children
> had cell phones when they were 10. What gives you the authority to
> determine that her 10 year old or any other 10 year old but your own,
> "should not be having a cell phone"
>

I think we're on the same page here, so let's just try to clarify what I see
as may be a communication error between us, assuming your response is
directed at me, which it appears to be.

Particularly let's begin with "any other 10 year old but your own". as
quoted from your message, above. Where did I say that? My kids did not have
cell phones when they were 10. My statement was more general about all 10
year olds, my own included. And, it was qualified with this statement, "And
if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should have some
responsibility and be held accountable", leaving it open in my judgement for
a parent to decide that their kid does need one.

Secondly, you're right, I have no "authority" to determine choices for other
people. But opinions were expressed here and that was mine. There is
sometimes a tendency for semantics to be inaccurate, but that is all that is
a case of. Judge the general content of what I say. Try not to nit-pick the
semantics.

Last, I was a teacher and a guidance counselor in a large urban school
system. I am currently a part owner of two children's day camps. I can tell
you with some authority that cell phones in the hands of kids in schools and
camps creates more problems than they can possibly solve. I'd like to show
you some of the ways kids are using their cell phones. You might be appalled
if you don't already know.

'Nuf said.



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Old 07-25-2007, 05:31 PM
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Tequila Mockingbird <debbie@debbiecoats.com> wrote:

> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 15:33:07 -0700, XS11E wrote:
>
>>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying
>>>>>> for it if it can't be found.
>>>>>
>>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>>
>>>> Sure she is. she's supposed to be responsible if she's mature
>>>> enough to have her own phone. She can give up allowance to buy
>>>> the new phone or help with housework, etc.
>>>
>>> Moron.

>>
>> Geez, what witty comeback. Are you raising your 10yr old to be
>> as stupid, obnoxious (look it up) and ignorant as yourself?

>
> When would I have the time, she needs to be working according to
> you, ****face.


Sorry, didn't realize you're reading impaired.

Are you REALLY too stupid to understand what I wrote? You are, aren't
you?

Are you REALLY too stupid to reply with out some of your pathetic,
childish attempts at profanity? You are, aren't you?

You're a joke and you don't even realize how funny your idiocy is to
the others here, do you?

Please respond with something else hysterically stupid, we're all
waiting.....



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Old 07-25-2007, 09:23 PM
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Again, while I agree with you philosophically, Your statement, "Do you
really not get that a 10 year old should not be having a cell phone?" Is
what I take exception to. We know nothing about this kid, including her age,
or the parent, or what conditions and responsibility she is already assuming
in regards to her cell phone. I'm merely giving the benefit of the doubt to
the parent, in the absence of any evidence to the contrary



"Carl" <crothman@NOSPAMoptonline.net> wrote in message
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> RBM wrote:
>> Just my opinion: I agree with much of what you wrote, including my
>> personal opinion that a 10 year old for most situations has little to
>> no need for a cell phone. That being my opinion, none of my children
>> had cell phones when they were 10. What gives you the authority to
>> determine that her 10 year old or any other 10 year old but your own,
>> "should not be having a cell phone"
>>

> I think we're on the same page here, so let's just try to clarify what I
> see as may be a communication error between us, assuming your response is
> directed at me, which it appears to be.
>
> Particularly let's begin with "any other 10 year old but your own". as
> quoted from your message, above. Where did I say that? My kids did not
> have cell phones when they were 10. My statement was more general about
> all 10 year olds, my own included. And, it was qualified with this
> statement, "And if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should
> have some responsibility and be held accountable", leaving it open in my
> judgement for a parent to decide that their kid does need one.
>
> Secondly, you're right, I have no "authority" to determine choices for
> other people. But opinions were expressed here and that was mine. There is
> sometimes a tendency for semantics to be inaccurate, but that is all that
> is a case of. Judge the general content of what I say. Try not to nit-pick
> the semantics.
>
> Last, I was a teacher and a guidance counselor in a large urban school
> system. I am currently a part owner of two children's day camps. I can
> tell you with some authority that cell phones in the hands of kids in
> schools and camps creates more problems than they can possibly solve. I'd
> like to show you some of the ways kids are using their cell phones. You
> might be appalled if you don't already know.
>
> 'Nuf said.
>
>




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Old 07-25-2007, 09:35 PM
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My mistake, the kid is 10, and while I'm really trying to make the case for
responsible parental discretion, my observations are the same as yours




"RBM" <rbm2(remove this)@optonline.net> wrote in message
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> Again, while I agree with you philosophically, Your statement, "Do you
> really not get that a 10 year old should not be having a cell phone?" Is
> what I take exception to. We know nothing about this kid, including her
> age, or the parent, or what conditions and responsibility she is already
> assuming in regards to her cell phone. I'm merely giving the benefit of
> the doubt to the parent, in the absence of any evidence to the contrary
>
>
>
> "Carl" <crothman@NOSPAMoptonline.net> wrote in message
> news:e7Lpi.1057$vU7.419@newsfe12.lga...
>> RBM wrote:
>>> Just my opinion: I agree with much of what you wrote, including my
>>> personal opinion that a 10 year old for most situations has little to
>>> no need for a cell phone. That being my opinion, none of my children
>>> had cell phones when they were 10. What gives you the authority to
>>> determine that her 10 year old or any other 10 year old but your own,
>>> "should not be having a cell phone"
>>>

>> I think we're on the same page here, so let's just try to clarify what I
>> see as may be a communication error between us, assuming your response is
>> directed at me, which it appears to be.
>>
>> Particularly let's begin with "any other 10 year old but your own". as
>> quoted from your message, above. Where did I say that? My kids did not
>> have cell phones when they were 10. My statement was more general about
>> all 10 year olds, my own included. And, it was qualified with this
>> statement, "And if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should
>> have some responsibility and be held accountable", leaving it open in my
>> judgement for a parent to decide that their kid does need one.
>>
>> Secondly, you're right, I have no "authority" to determine choices for
>> other people. But opinions were expressed here and that was mine. There
>> is sometimes a tendency for semantics to be inaccurate, but that is all
>> that is a case of. Judge the general content of what I say. Try not to
>> nit-pick the semantics.
>>
>> Last, I was a teacher and a guidance counselor in a large urban school
>> system. I am currently a part owner of two children's day camps. I can
>> tell you with some authority that cell phones in the hands of kids in
>> schools and camps creates more problems than they can possibly solve. I'd
>> like to show you some of the ways kids are using their cell phones. You
>> might be appalled if you don't already know.
>>
>> 'Nuf said.
>>
>>

>
>




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Old 07-26-2007, 03:43 PM
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"Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
> remotely to help me find it?


Did she leave it over her boyfriends house when she slept there?



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Old 07-26-2007, 05:35 PM
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On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 10:31:14 -0700, XS11E wrote:

>>>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying
>>>>>>> for it if it can't be found.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>>>
>>>>> Sure she is. she's supposed to be responsible if she's mature
>>>>> enough to have her own phone. She can give up allowance to buy
>>>>> the new phone or help with housework, etc.


You must have grown up in an elitist home. Where I lived, allowances and
housework were not given and not paid for. How much did your Daddy pay
the Nanny to wipe the shite off you a$$?

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Old 07-26-2007, 05:37 PM
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On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 11:01:12 -0400, Carl wrote:

> Tequila Mockingbird wrote:
>> On Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:24:23 -0400, Slacker wrote:
>>
>>> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
>>>> Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
>>>> remotely to help me find it?
>>>
>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a cellie,
>>> she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying for it if it
>>> can't be found.

>>
>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>
>> Stoopid ********

>
> Do you really not get that a 10 year old should not be having a cell phone?
> And if you deem she needs to for some reason, that she should have some
> responsibility and be held accountable?
>
> Name-calling does not reflect well for you. Put more thought into what you
> have to say.


Thanks. I will.

*******, I don't have a kid with a cell phone.

Your turn.

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Old 07-26-2007, 05:39 PM
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On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 12:46:03 -0400, Carl wrote:

> Last, I was a teacher and a guidance counselor in a large urban school
> system. I am currently a part owner of two children's day camps.


Finally, I have someone to directly blame for the crap kids and young
adults that infest this World.

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In alt.cellular.verizon, LHA <nobody@nobody1.com1> wrote:
> "Ronbo" <Ronbo@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> news:%Vioi.9745$Q81.6156@newsfe12.lga...
> > Daughter lost her phone. If a phone is off, can verizon turn it on
> > remotely to help me find it?


> Did she leave it over her boyfriends house when she slept there?


Likely she was drunk, and it fell out of her pocket somewhere in the
woods between the party and the gangbang.

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Old 07-26-2007, 07:24 PM
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Tequila Mockingbird <debbie@debbiecoats.com> wrote:

You're way too much of an obnoxious troll to bother with anymore and
much too unintelligent to participate in a conversation.





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Old 07-26-2007, 07:47 PM
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On Sun, 22 Jul 2007 18:02:42 GMT, Porgy Tirebiter wrote:

> What kind of a ****ING idiot buys his 10 year old daughter a Cellular Phone?


Beats the **** out of me, I didn't and I'm the only one who has
mentioned a 10yo, you baboon.
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Old 07-26-2007, 08:12 PM
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On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 10:31:14 -0700, XS11E wrote:

>>>>>>> Don't think so--- and if little miss is old enough to have a
>>>>>>> cellie, she-- not you-- should be finding it....and paying
>>>>>>> for it if it can't be found.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> **** off with that shite, mine is 10yo shes supposed to work ?
>>>>>
>>>>> Sure she is. she's supposed to be responsible if she's mature
>>>>> enough to have her own phone. She can give up allowance to buy
>>>>> the new phone or help with housework, etc.


> You must have grown up in an elitist home. Where I lived, allowances and
> housework were not given and not paid for. How much did your Daddy pay
> the Nanny to wipe the shite off you a$$? On Thu, 26 Jul 2007 12:24:04


-0700, XS11E wrote:

> You're way too much of an obnoxious troll to bother with anymore and
> much too unintelligent to participate in a conversation.


Translation: XS11E just got his *** handed to him, Mommy calls, time to
run away all snot-nosed and bloodied."
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in life where everything aligns, fits, and joins in perfect harmony;

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Old 03-29-2010, 03:58 PM
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Default lost phone

I t is a shame people need to make judgments when they don't know the circumstances or facts.

If you have ATTwireless you can sign up for family map and try to locate the phone. Unfortunately the phone has to be on to track on GPS.

I don't know of any way to remotely turn the phone on.

Just wished to send you a little support rather than the spite that has come out of a simple request.

May everyone get back what they hand out.
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