This is the first post of the new URL. I have chosen to move from http://day.fsp.cc/ to http://fsp.im for the simple reason that it would offer a means to provide a simpler URL and considering that I would have two main blog addresses, this would make sense to keep them very much similar.
I would soon be adding the entries from the old blog site if they hadn’t been uploaded yet. All in all, I hope that this would make my web sites easier to find.
Keep in mind, that if you would like to contact me, consider visiting my personal contact directory which is located at http://fsp.tel/. Hmm, a pattern is coming. Go figure?
While I do my best to make efforts to keep the same number, sometimes this is not possible, or when it is – it’s not financially practical. Earlier today, I come across the knowledge that Local Phone which provides VOIP services, and many of my DIDs now offers iNum phone numbers.
The old carrier – being Callcentric would charge 2¢ per minute while Local Phone charges .9¢ per minute. These are however, forwarding to the US phone number rates. However, while I don’t get many (any calls as of yet) calls to my iNum phone number, it would seem to make sense to keep the number charges as low as possible.
Continue reading New iNum Phone Number
I just received a call and it would seem as if I “should” stay home as I won’t be needed to play the insane game right now. It is just now a matter of playing Cloak and Dagger. I know it would sound like I have a lack of sympathy for this situation that I won’t disclose because I respect privacy, but you are partially right. I don’t have much sympathy. First, I have given all of the help I can, and none of it ever matters. None takes my advise. When I say things that needs to be said that people would regret hearing, I don’t know what I am talking about or I am such an evil person for saying such things. And in the end, at least in action – none gives a second thought about what problems I have, and how this stupidity just exasperates it.
So, at least for now, I stay home, and get to try to deal with the intolerable state of pain I am currently in. However, one of these days I might just do something really awful like start telling people to F-Off, or worse yet – send people to voice mail. Sometimes, I wonder if people just considers me as a commodity.
I have lived in the same place for 9+ years. And through this time, I have relied on a post office box that is a couple of blocks away from me. Now, with the fact that I regretfully have to move by the end of the year, I would have to consider a few things in regards to my current mailing address.
- Keep the address as it is
- Use the residential address
- Find a new mailing address after the move
- Find a new mailing address now.
Continue reading After 9 years, change is coming soon
I was looking over some documents I have, and came across the receipt for my old T-Mobile 8320. Out of curiosity, I looked at the date of when I bought the phone, and it showed June 04, 2008. Hmm, 2 year contract – that would mean that this particular line expired almost a week ago. Now, while I was stupid and allowed my niece to use my Blackberry, I only did that when I got the new Android phone I currently am paying for. Therefore, the original line for the Blackberry is now my Android phone. Since I paid full price for it, I was not bound by any contract extension.
Since the line that my niece had has already been terminated, and now the original phone line’s contact expired – this means that two lines are done and out of contract. There are three to go that are still under contract. The next one due to expire is what was my brother’s and Andie’s home line which is now a Razr under my possession. The Razr is my old AT&T line and since the phone is unlocked, it works for now to make use of the line until September 3 which is when I bought the Linksys HiPort router which is the original device for the line that is now in the Razr.
Continue reading 2 Down – 3 to Go
On the 7th of April, I would be going back to surgery. The surgery will be on the right foot which I was hoping was over with, but it would seem as if a bone towards the sole of the foot is becoming a problem. There was two options to relieve the pain. The first was to do a major procedure to try to extend a part of my foot in the rear, or to remove a portion of the bone that is causing the pain in question.
I chosen the second option which does have some risks. The main one is the foot could cave in more, but this is unlikely since my foot for the most part is fused together making it more like only a few bones rather than many. The recovery process is to be about 3 weeks before I could go back to walking. However, this is probably shorter than the first option. During this time, and probably a little while afterwards, I would have to use my wheelchair. Continue reading Cut It Out