1. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Looks like a broke my leg, again, the same one. Twice in two years. Well i'm sick if this anymore. Broke my head, cut my neck (almost died), broke my arm, my knee 2x, and now my right leg for the second time, if it is broken though, as much as i hate hospitals i'll have to go tommorow early.
    Sorry to hear that. Speedy recovering.

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    11-30-2015 08:39 AM
  2. Ed Boland's Avatar
    Looks like a broke my leg, again, the same one. Twice in two years. Well i'm sick if this anymore. Broke my head, cut my neck (almost died), broke my arm, my knee 2x, and now my right leg for the second time, if it is broken though, as much as i hate hospitals i'll have to go tommorow early.
    Whaaaaat?
    11-30-2015 08:41 AM
  3. Rose640's Avatar
    Sorry to hear that. Speedy recovering.

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    Thanks
    11-30-2015 09:10 AM
  4. Rose640's Avatar
    Whaaaaat?
    Yup. I'll be 18 in couple of months and i have had more accidents in my 18yrs of life than my 70yo grandfather.

    It's not like i'm dumb or retarded, but those things just keep happening to me.
    11-30-2015 09:13 AM
  5. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Looks like a broke my leg, again, the same one. Twice in two years. Well i'm sick if this anymore. Broke my head, cut my neck (almost died), broke my arm, my knee 2x, and now my right leg for the second time, if it is broken though, as much as i hate hospitals i'll have to go tommorow early.
    Wow... get well soon!
    11-30-2015 09:13 AM
  6. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Well, your wife has a Z5C...how's she making out with it so far?

    For you as a daily driver, the Z5 may make sense, or even a G4...but i don't know how you feel about their UX.

    For the record, my Z3 is in great shape, except for how L made the battery useless.

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    Main issues with the Z5C were based on Windows Phone comparisons and mostly the text size. Even though I have it all set on large the text is still small.

    She's not overly fond of swipe to answer either.

    There's been some other bits but I'm working on those to correct things to make it easier. Other than that though it's just time really. She got used to WP and finds Android a bit different.
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    11-30-2015 09:15 AM
  7. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Yup. I'll be 18 in couple of months and i have had more accidents in my 18yrs of life than my 70yo grandfather.

    It's not like i'm dumb or retarded, but those things just keep happening to me.
    I thought I was bad when I was young but you definitely topped me. Maybe you should stop doing those crazy stunts. :P
    11-30-2015 09:16 AM
  8. worldspy99's Avatar
    Sounds like you'll be waiting for another 2 years.

    I don't think Sony can do better. Only areas they can improve on is the camera department. Sony is in a decent place design wise. They need fresh look, better cameras, better marketing, faster updates. People who aren't in the know don't casually buy Sony phones.

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    And slightly cheaper prices...charging like the fruit stand doesn't help them either.
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    11-30-2015 09:31 AM
  9. Rose640's Avatar
    Looks like Las Vegas started airing again on Fox. Gonna watch first two seasons all over again.
    11-30-2015 09:50 AM
  10. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    And slightly cheaper prices...charging like the fruit stand doesn't help them either.
    Oh, you can forget about cheaper prices. Sony is as clueless to this concept as Sahib is to...

    Approved by Z3 Tablet Compact!
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    11-30-2015 09:54 AM
  11. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Main issues with the Z5C were based on Windows Phone comparisons and mostly the text size. Even though I have it all set on large the text is still small.

    She's not overly fond of swipe to answer either.

    There's been some other bits but I'm working on those to correct things to make it easier. Other than that though it's just time really. She got used to WP and finds Android a bit different.
    Yup, Android does have smaller fonts so that's an adjustment for sure. Have you taken pictures with the Z5C's camera so far? If so, what do you think about it?

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    11-30-2015 09:55 AM
  12. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Yup, Android does have smaller fonts so that's an adjustment for sure. Have you taken pictures with the Z5C's camera so far? If so, what do you think about it?

    Approved by Z3 Tablet Compact!
    She's taken some but I haven't looked at them closely.

    We had some issues with her Samsung tablet so I had to work on that to sort it out. I had to reset it and now it seems to be working.
    11-30-2015 10:04 AM
  13. Rose640's Avatar
    Oh, you can forget about cheaper prices. Sony is as clueless to this concept as Sahib is to...

    Approved by Z3 Tablet Compact!
    Girls? Hahah, why does it seems to me that Sahib is the main joke around here :d
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    11-30-2015 10:14 AM
  14. worldspy99's Avatar
    Girls? Hahah, why does it seems to me that Sahib is the main joke around here :d
    When you have 31K posts, it comes with the territory...
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    11-30-2015 11:09 AM
  15. worldspy99's Avatar
    Looks like a broke my leg, again, the same one. Twice in two years. Well i'm sick if this anymore. Broke my head, cut my neck (almost died), broke my arm, my knee 2x, and now my right leg for the second time, if it is broken though, as much as i hate hospitals i'll have to go tommorow early.
    I was just as bad at that age. I broke my tibia about 4 months before my 18th birthday and had to have surgery to repair it - plate and 9 screws. After that for some reason things were a bit okay for a few more years, one cut up arm, one twisted elbow and two split chins. It finally all ended about 20 odd years ago...Good luck, I know we all need it at times like this.
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    11-30-2015 11:12 AM
  16. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Girls? Hahah, why does it seems to me that Sahib is the main joke around here :d
    If girls were the only thing then it wouldn't be Sahib...there are at least 10 things 99, Rue and myself (maybe each) besides girls that could be used at the end of that sentence...

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    11-30-2015 11:22 AM
  17. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    She's taken some but I haven't looked at them closely.

    We had some issues with her Samsung tablet so I had to work on that to sort it out. I had to reset it and now it seems to be working.
    Samsung tablets having issues is like somebody's swing and a miss stories around here...nothing new.

    Good to see it's finally working. I hope she has one of those Samsungs that'll get 6.0...

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    11-30-2015 11:24 AM
  18. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    The only deal i saw today i liked was the Shield TV at $150, including a remote and a controller.

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    11-30-2015 11:30 AM
  19. Rose640's Avatar
    I was just as bad at that age. I broke my tibia about 4 months before my 18th birthday and had to have surgery to repair it - plate and 9 screws. After that for some reason things were a bit okay for a few more years, one cut up arm, one twisted elbow and two split chins. It finally all ended about 20 odd years ago...Good luck, I know we all need it at times like this.
    It is a bit odd, it's not like everyone is braking bones and stuff that often (like i do), but i see it as a part of growing up. Before i broke my leg for the first time it was more than 4-5 years since the last serious injury. Back when i was younger it was far more often. First i cut my neck, and the doc said if it was few milimeters lower i'd cut my throat and bleed to death, then i litteraly broke my knee, i could see the bone inside the skin, and that happend twice, for the same reason, same scenario (i was trying to perform those dirty bikes stunts on huge pile of big stones). You got my point. Hopefully someday i'll come to the point where i won't be so unfortunate and clumpsy anymore.
    11-30-2015 12:26 PM
  20. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    It is a bit odd, it's not like everyone is braking bones and stuff that often (like i do), but i see it as a part of growing up. Before i broke my leg for the first time it was more than 4-5 years since the last serious injury. Back when i was younger it was far more often. First i cut my neck, and the doc said if it was few milimeters lower i'd cut my throat and bleed to death, then i litteraly broke my knee, i could see the bone inside the skin, and that happend twice, for the same reason, same scenario (i was trying to perform those dirty bikes stunts on huge pile of big stones). You got my point. Hopefully someday i'll come to the point where i won't be so unfortunate and clumpsy anymore.
    Sometimes we have to do through some bumps, bruises and tough breaks during our formative years before we are made into stronger adults.

    As others have said, this too will pass. Chin up, and stay the course. Get well soon.

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    11-30-2015 01:49 PM
  21. worldspy99's Avatar
    It is a bit odd, it's not like everyone is braking bones and stuff that often (like i do), but i see it as a part of growing up. Before i broke my leg for the first time it was more than 4-5 years since the last serious injury. Back when i was younger it was far more often. First i cut my neck, and the doc said if it was few milimeters lower i'd cut my throat and bleed to death, then i litteraly broke my knee, i could see the bone inside the skin, and that happend twice, for the same reason, same scenario (i was trying to perform those dirty bikes stunts on huge pile of big stones). You got my point. Hopefully someday i'll come to the point where i won't be so unfortunate and clumpsy anymore.
    Or wanting to try crazy bike stunts....as you grow older the way one's brain thinks changes as well. My family physician back home had a very stern conversation with me after I messed up both my hands simultaneously (I slid off my motorcycle in pouring rain). He told me that in his entire 30 years of practice he had never sent someone to see an orthopedic doctor as many times as he had sent me. He told me "Young man you only have one life, take care of it". I only split my chin once after that conversation - about 2 years later in Arizona when I slid of my bike in rain again (and this time around I got a scar after a mini surgery in a first world hospital, didn't get anything noticeable when my friend's dad who was a doctor stitched the first split chin up whilst standing in his porch in a downpour, go figure)....
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    11-30-2015 01:55 PM
  22. worldspy99's Avatar
    Sometimes we have to do through some bumps, bruises and tough breaks during our formative years before we are made into stronger adults.

    As others have said, this too will pass. Chin up, and stay the course. Get well soon.

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    Chin up didn't work too well for me, split it up twice in my twenties...
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    11-30-2015 01:56 PM
  23. worldspy99's Avatar
    On a lighter note going down to the cafeteria in a bit for our Movember contest...
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    11-30-2015 01:56 PM
  24. Rose640's Avatar
    We're having another major exam in maths in Wednesday, and i obviously won't be there. I can only imagine my professor's reaction when he sees that i'm not there again. For those 3 years of my highschool education i've attended like 2 of those (in first two years you have two exams in one year, and in last two you have four of them, and i haven't been on the last one too which was about a month ago). It's not like i try not to come, but, like my injuries, those things just happen. Last time, me and my friend were in the bus heading to school, and this exam was on our first two classes, and all the sudden a truck carrying lumbers turned over in front of us and we were blocked from the road. Eventually we made it to the very ending of the class so there was no point starting the exam.
    Like i said, those things just happen to me.
    11-30-2015 02:41 PM
  25. Rose640's Avatar
    My PC with win7 is having some 'Please do not unplug your machine. Updating 65 of 109' screen. I know it's updating but i haven't choosen to update it or anything similar, i just turned it off and his has been going for about 30 mins now.
    11-30-2015 03:57 PM
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