Random Thursday

*I’ve been informed that the transition locally from Altell to AT&T has been delayed yet again.  For possibly another month or two.  Is it possible that by the time the switch takes place that cell phones will be obsolete?

*Good luck to the best baseball coach in all of college baseball, Jeff Dodson, and to the Fighting Sioux as they get ready to begin their season.  I can’t wait to take in some games at Kraft Field and to check out the new infield.

*I went to the new Dairy Queen/Orange Julius a couple nights ago.  The OJ was as good as I remember it.  The place itself is a little smaller than I thought it would be.  It seats about 40.

*Congratulations to Red Sox Daughter and Lizzy D. on their academic achievements at GFC.

*I had a nice chat on the phone the other day with Jordin Sparks’ mother, Jodi.  Jordin was the 2007 American Idol winner and her brother P.J. has signed on to play football for UND.  Jodi Sparks was born in Grand Forks.

*Reggie Tales shout out to Justine in Jamestown.

*Tomorrow is a very special day for Reggie Tales.  You won’t want to miss it.

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  1. I spoke to both Alltel and Verizon today. I am currently an Alltel customer and have also been waiting for a very long time. Anyway, I am looking at a family plan for three phones, two of which will be iphones. It will be significantly cheaper with AT&T so I will be waiting a little bit longer. With 700 shared minutes, 250 mb data (I mostly use wifi when home) and the unlimited texting plan (which as of yesterday also allows you to call any cell phone on any carrier without using minutes) my total will be only $20 more than my current three phone plan without any data on Alltel. Verizon would require a more expensive unlimited data plan without the ability to use the data and voice at the same time, cannot be used in Europe, etc for $40-60 more per month. No brainer! I will try AT&T and see how it goes.

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