January 9th, 2016

chernabog

♪You're perfect, yes, it's true, but without me you're only you♪

I've been feeling restless lately, but, for practical reasons, a big change is out of the question. So, poll time!

What change/s should I make?

Cut my hair
20(37.0%)
Start wearing makeup more often
2(3.7%)
Buy a new purse
3(5.6%)
Add a couple of interesting items to my wardrobe
6(11.1%)
Make slow changes to my look and wardrobe, spreading out the expense of a whole new look
10(18.5%)
Buy a new tarot deck
8(14.8%)
Cut my hair and start wearing makeup
5(9.3%)
Buy a new purse and add less stuff to my wardrobe
0(0.0%)
Buy a toy sports car
0(0.0%)

I'm probably going to end up cutting my hair. Based solely on its current length, about 3 feet, how much should I hack off?

Just give it a trim
5(8.3%)
A couple of inches
5(8.3%)
To the middle of my back
15(25.0%)
To just below my shoulders
35(58.3%)
Be Proud - Wear Pink

Overwhelmed by Smartphones

I'm considering buying my very first smartphone.  I've had my basic phone (Kyocera SE47) for the last 10 years.  I have 3 batteries that I rotate. While I was looking at phones, I noticed that under accessaries, there are no extra batteries that I can buy.  This concerns me.  What happens if my battery dies?  I've been checking around here in El Paso and there is only one place, Batteries plus Bulbs that would even consider changing out a battery for me, and they reserved the right to say no.  Which means I would have to send it off somewhere ... and I would be left without a cell phone for however long that would take.  I don't like that at all.  My question is, am I being silly?  Maybe the battery in a smartphone doesn't just die as a general rule. Have any of you with smartphones had to replace a battery and if so, did you have to send it off, could you do it yourself, or was there someplace locally that you could go?
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