How Many Of You Do This? #1LinerWeds

We don’t have a land line anymore, so one of us always has to know where their cellphone is.


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19 thoughts on “How Many Of You Do This? #1LinerWeds

  1. So many have gotten rid of the home phones but I never will. I love the home phone better because I don’t need to be attached to my phone wherever I go. I also find that, when I speak to people, they are outside so I hear all the noise including the wind. I have had people fade in and out or they suddenly sound far away…very irritating. Home phones are actually cheaper than what most people pay for their cell because people use their cell for so much more and why?? We should relearn how to just sit and stare out the window and enjoy the views.

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  2. We haven’t had a land line in 3 or 4 years. My husband and I each have a cell phone, which I have had to replace a couple of his phones or track them down. We use them as phones and not much else, which works for us.

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  3. We briefly thought about getting rid of the land line. then we lost power for 10 days during a freak snow storm and that land line was the only thing that worked for 7 of them. The cell towers gradually lost backup power and the cell phones went dead.

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    1. We’ve been lucky that we haven’t had our power knocked out fort more than a couple of hours. We get some severe weather and occasionally get a lot of snow dumped on us (we get more ice storms, actually), and while they might keep us from going out, the cellphones have kept working.

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  4. Yes, we have done that. We keep our landline to prevent the telemarketers (and some relatives) from calling our cell phones. Ron White is pretty funny. We’ve seen him a couple of times now. Thanks for the chuckle, John.

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