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    Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!

    Power went out at the house last night, and I couldn't remember where all our flashlights were........but I DID remember where I had set my 7135.

    You know what's coming next right?

    Found the 7135 in the pitch black, and used it as a GREAT flood/flashlight to find the other flashlights and the candles, thereby preventing me from tripping over my kids' toys and injuring myself!!

    WooHoo - I LOVE this thing!!!

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    Glad to hear it! Yeah, the bright screen flashlight is definitely a favorite feature for me. I use it all the time too.
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    Re: Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!

    Originally posted by zcd2.7t
    ........but I DID remember where I had set my 7135.
    Great story... although I do find the above statement very disturbing.

    Unless your 7135 is charging (or you are in the shower... or anything that would put the 7135 in mortal danger), I know of no acceptable reason for it to not be with you at ALL times! :p
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    Robert, exactly what do you clip the holster to while getting intimate?!?



    You know what, maybe I don't want to know!

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    Re: Re: Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!

    Originally posted by Robert K.
    Great story... although I do find the above statement very disturbing.

    Unless your 7135 is charging (or you are in the shower... or anything that would put the 7135 in mortal danger), I know of no acceptable reason for it to not be with you at ALL times! :p
    I must admit that you are correct, SIR!!!

    I won't let it happen again.

    I stand, sheepishly, chagrined. :icon28xx

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    Originally posted by tabutler
    Robert, exactly what do you clip the holster to while getting intimate?!?

    No, no, you don't clip the holster to anything, you just set the phone, open, on the nightstand - provides that "perfect soft glow" to set the tone...:p

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    Originally posted by zcd2.7t
    No, no, you don't clip the holster to anything, you just set the phone, open, on the nightstand - provides that "perfect soft glow" to set the tone...:p
    With some soft jazz playing from the Beebopper and pic of your loved one on the screen. (hopefully its the same person your with!)

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    Booklight

    The 7135 is also perfect as a book light...my book light broke a few weeks ago and I started using the 7135 as a replacement...now I'll never go back. Yet another reason why I love this phone.

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    Originally posted by MGuzzy
    (hopefully its the same person your with!)
    Now that was PRICELESS!
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    Re: Booklight

    Book LIGHT? I've read very few books on dead tree since I've had this. Get into e-books man!


    Originally posted by MuellerMR
    The 7135 is also perfect as a book light...my book light broke a few weeks ago and I started using the 7135 as a replacement...now I'll never go back. Yet another reason why I love this phone.

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    Originally posted by tabutler
    Robert, exactly what do you clip the holster to while getting intimate?!?
    I will post the entire rule book for you guys someday... but the 7135 being within reach does constitute having it "with you"
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    Re: Re: Re: Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!

    Originally posted by zcd2.7t
    I must admit that you are correct, SIR!!!

    I won't let it happen again.

    I stand, sheepishly, chagrined. :icon28xx
    Good man
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    Re: Re: Booklight

    Originally posted by rlwhitt
    Book LIGHT? I've read very few books on dead tree since I've had this. Get into e-books man!
    lol... that's what I'm talking about! Get with the program! :p

    If it doesn't come in e-book form... I ain't reading it!
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    Off thread but another silly use for the 7135 is to run Mandala in auto mode while Bebopper is playing in the background. No the visuals aren't really synched to the music, but under the proper influences it sure can SEEM that way! :spin

    And if you're really so easily amused that you'll allow yourself to be hypmotized by this ridiculous diversion, then you have WAY too much free time on your hands!

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    Sigh,

    Off topic, You folks are all very ... different.

    But the back lite did help us find flash lights when San Diego was burning last month. It even impressed my Wife. (honey, look how valuable this ... "tool" is

    With Ananda and all happening on this board, life has been Very exciting!

    ttfn all

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    Howz about you kids take your fine exchange on "newsgroups" to the General Discussion category, so we can get back to discussing how the "Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!".

    Thanks,
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    Ok, I split the newgroup posts to here:

    http://www.smartphonesource.com/vbul...&threadid=9030

    Originally posted by Markito
    Howz about you kids take your fine exchange on "newsgroups" to the General Discussion category, so we can get back to discussing how the "Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!".

    Thanks,

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    many a night i leave my extra battery in my charger and head into my dark bedroom (my g/f is often sleeping) by the light of my 7135. i use it as an alarm clock so sometimes my 7135 is the last thing i see at night and the first thing i see in the morning.

    --scott

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    Originally posted by Markito
    Howz about you kids take your fine exchange on "newsgroups" to the General Discussion category, so we can get back to discussing how the "Amazing 7135 prevents injury!!!".

    Thanks,
    Man... it's strict mods like you that just suck the fun out of this place! :p :p
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