"you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes"


Text conversation with Amanda Mendez:

Amanda Mendez:  Then im bringin u some soupies!!  12:44 PM

Me:  lol how is soup going to help my heart? silly. wrong sickness :P  12:47 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Might help w ur dizzies, dont be a bum! Im guna shop a lil, then come steal u!  12:51 PM

Me:  i already did the dishes.. :)  12:52 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Um ok?! Good,lol!  12:53 PM

Me:  lol you said dizzies but it looked like "dishes"  12:58 PM

Me:  and i'm feeling a little bit better just moving around.. maybe we will go to the beach after all :)  12:58 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Baby..read better :D  1:00 PM


Amanda Mendez:  Aww yay, I wont be long at the mall then!!  1:02 PM

Me:  i mean, you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes.  1:02 PM



Amanda Mendez:  You need to shut that shit up real quick :p  1:03 PM

Me:  hehehe.  1:04 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Just cause ur cute doesnt mean you can get away w whatever u want :p  1:15 PM


Me:  that's exactly what it means ;D  1:18 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Youre not supposed to kno that thou D:  1:20 PM


 

 

"you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes"


Text conversation with Amanda Mendez:


Amanda Mendez:  Then im bringin u some soupies!!  12:44 PM

Me:  lol how is soup going to help my heart? silly. wrong sickness :P  12:47 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Might help w ur dizzies, dont be a bum! Im guna shop a lil, then come steal u!  12:51 PM

Me:  i already did the dishes.. :)  12:52 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Um ok?! Good,lol!  12:53 PM

Me:  lol you said dizzies but it looked like "dishes"  12:58 PM

Me:  and i'm feeling a little bit better just moving around.. maybe we will go to the beach after all :)  12:58 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Baby..read better :D  1:00 PM


Amanda Mendez:  Aww yay, I wont be long at the mall then!!  1:02 PM

Me:  i mean, you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes.  1:02 PM

 

 

"you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes"


Text conversation with Amanda Mendez:


Amanda Mendez:  Then im bringin u some soupies!!  12:44 PM

Me:  lol how is soup going to help my heart? silly. wrong sickness :P  12:47 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Might help w ur dizzies, dont be a bum! Im guna shop a lil, then come steal u!  12:51 PM

Me:  i already did the dishes.. :)  12:52 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Um ok?! Good,lol!  12:53 PM

Me:  lol you said dizzies but it looked like "dishes"  12:58 PM

Me:  and i'm feeling a little bit better just moving around.. maybe we will go to the beach after all :)  12:58 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Baby..read better :D  1:00 PM


Amanda Mendez:  Aww yay, I wont be long at the mall then!!  1:02 PM

Me:  i mean, you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes.  1:02 PM

 

 

"you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes"


Text conversation with Amanda Mendez:

Amanda Mendez:  Then im bringin u some soupies!!  12:44 PM

Me:  lol how is soup going to help my heart? silly. wrong sickness :P  12:47 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Might help w ur dizzies, dont be a bum! Im guna shop a lil, then come steal u!  12:51 PM

Me:  i already did the dishes.. :)  12:52 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Um ok?! Good,lol!  12:53 PM

Me:  lol you said dizzies but it looked like "dishes"  12:58 PM

Me:  and i'm feeling a little bit better just moving around.. maybe we will go to the beach after all :)  12:58 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Baby..read better :D  1:00 PM


Amanda Mendez:  Aww yay, I wont be long at the mall then!!  1:02 PM

Me:  i mean, you ARE a woman. You SHOULD be offering to do my dishes.  1:02 PM




Amanda Mendez:  You need to shut that shit up real quick :p  1:03 PM

Me:  hehehe.  1:04 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Just cause ur cute doesnt mean you can get away w whatever u want :p  1:15 PM


Me:  that's exactly what it means ;D  1:18 PM

Amanda Mendez:  Youre not supposed to kno that thou D:  1:20 PM


 

 

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New feature: Google voice call widget




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Click "Call me" and enter your name and number. There's an option for you to check if you want to keep your number a secret. If I don't answer, leave me a voicemail :)


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Call me (for free) directly from JoeJiko.com!

New feature: Google voice call widget




[caption id="attachment_445" align="aligncenter" width="235" caption="google voice call widget"][/caption]

Click "Call me" and enter your name and number. There's an option for you to check if you want to keep your number a secret. If I don't answer, leave me a voicemail :)


try it out --> joejiko.com

If you're still texting.. there's a better way to do that.

Alternatives to texting for all users (dumb, smart, or no phone):

1) Email

Simple enough. Email is actually my preferred method of contact. Most people don't know this, but almost every mobile carrier gives you an email address. That's right, for example Verizon customers will be (phone#)@vtext.com. Your phone will actually text to emails if you type an email address instead of a phone number in the "to" field.

2) Google voice

- unlimited, searchable history of text messages (no more memory full)

- send messages from your computer

- supports blacklisting/blocking for annoying people who don't know how to take a hint

- backs up contacts (never have to send out a "new phone, send me your numbers" message   again)

cons: currently doesn't support MMS (photo and video messaging)

3) facebook

- mobile friendly

- instant chat system

- tells you if someone is "online"

- "everyone" has it

- people keep the same account for years if not forever

cons: crashes constantly, messaging system doesn't work properly, missing messages often, difficult to keep track of friends, spammy, lack of control, slow, advertising

 

4) google+/google talk

- mobile friendly

- send emails or SMS alerts

- real-time text chat

- group chat

- video chat/hangouts

- full control over sharing and information

cons: google+ is still new with limited mainstream adaption and no API (update: read-only API was released)

If you're still texting.. there's a better way to do that.

Alternatives to texting for all users (dumb, smart, or no phone):

1) Email

Simple enough. Email is actually my preferred method of contact. Most people don't know this, but almost every mobile carrier gives you an email address. That's right, for example Verizon customers will be (phone#)@vtext.com. Your phone will actually text to emails if you type an email address instead of a phone number in the "to" field.

2) Google voice

- unlimited, searchable history of text messages (no more memory full)

- send messages from your computer

- supports blacklisting/blocking for annoying people who don't know how to take a hint

- backs up contacts (never have to send out a "new phone, send me your numbers" message   again)

cons: currently doesn't support MMS (photo and video messaging)

3) facebook

- mobile friendly

- instant chat system

- tells you if someone is "online"

- "everyone" has it

- people keep the same account for years if not forever

cons: crashes constantly, messaging system doesn't work properly, missing messages often, difficult to keep track of friends, spammy, lack of control, slow, advertising

 

4) google+/google talk

- mobile friendly

- send emails or SMS alerts

- real-time text chat

- group chat

- video chat/hangouts

- full control over sharing and information

cons: google+ is still new with limited mainstream adaption and no API (update: read-only API was released)

"This call is now being recorded"

"This call is now being recorded"
Today I had an unnerving experience while on the phone with my mom. In the midst of our conversation, there was a short tone and a voice that said "This call is now being recorded". Um, WHAT? I promptly ended the conversation and took to the Google machine.

Here's what I found out
Google voice has a ghost that apparently decides to enable call recording inexplicably. OK. To be sure, voice recording is a nifty feature to be used purposefully. However, it is very creepy when it occurs unprompted. I found that pressing the number 4 any time during a Google Voice call will enable/disable call recording.

More information can be found on Google Voice's support site

"This call is now being recorded"

Today I had an unnerving experience while on the phone with my mom. In the midst of our conversation, there was a short tone and a voice that said "This call is now being recorded". Um, WHAT? I promptly ended the conversation and took to the Google machine.

Here's what I found out
Google voice has a ghost that apparently decides to enable call recording inexplicably. OK. To be sure, voice recording is a nifty feature to be used purposefully. However, it is very creepy when it occurs unprompted. I found that pressing the number 4 any time during a Google Voice call will enable/disable call recording.

More information can be found on Google Voice's support site

"This call is now being recorded"

Today I had an unnerving experience while on the phone with my mom. In the midst of our conversation, there was a short tone and a voice that said "This call is now being recorded". Um, WHAT? I promptly ended the conversation and took to the Google machine.

Here's what I found out
Google voice has a ghost that apparently decides to enable call recording inexplicably. OK. To be sure, voice recording is a nifty feature to be used purposefully. However, it is very creepy when it occurs unprompted. I found that pressing the number 4 any time during a Google Voice call will enable/disable call recording.

More information can be found on Google Voice's support site

"This call is now being recorded"

"This call is now being recorded"
Today I had an unnerving experience while on the phone with my mom. In the midst of our conversation, there was a short tone and a voice that said "This call is now being recorded". Um, WHAT? I promptly ended the conversation and took to the Google machine.

Here's what I found out
Google voice has a ghost that apparently decides to enable call recording inexplicably. OK. To be sure, voice recording is a nifty feature to be used purposefully. However, it is very creepy when it occurs unprompted. I found that pressing the number 4 any time during a Google Voice call will enable/disable call recording.

More information can be found on Google Voice's support site

"This call is now being recorded"

"This call is now being recorded"
Today I had an unnerving experience while on the phone with my mom. In the midst of our conversation, there was a short tone and a voice that said "This call is now being recorded". Um, WHAT? I promptly ended the conversation and took to the Google machine.

Here's what I found out
Google voice has a ghost that apparently decides to enable call recording inexplicably. OK. To be sure, voice recording is a nifty feature to be used purposefully. However, it is very creepy when it occurs unprompted. I found that pressing the number 4 any time during a Google Voice call will enable/disable call recording.

More information can be found on Google Voice's support site

If you're still texting.. there's a better way to do that.

Alternatives to texting for all users (dumb, smart, or no phone):

1) Email

Simple enough. Email is actually my preferred method of contact. Most people don't know this, but almost every mobile carrier gives you an email address. That's right, for example Verizon customers will be (phone#)@vtext.com. Your phone will actually text to emails if you type an email address instead of a phone number in the "to" field.

2) Google voice

- unlimited, searchable history of text messages (no more memory full)

- send messages from your computer

- supports blacklisting/blocking for annoying people who don't know how to take a hint

- backs up contacts (never have to send out a "new phone, send me your numbers" message   again)

cons: currently doesn't support MMS (photo and video messaging)

3) facebook

- mobile friendly

- instant chat system

- tells you if someone is "online"

- "everyone" has it

- people keep the same account for years if not forever

cons: crashes constantly, messaging system doesn't work properly, missing messages often, difficult to keep track of friends, spammy, lack of control, slow, advertising

 

4) google+/google talk

- mobile friendly

- send emails or SMS alerts

- real-time text chat

- group chat

- video chat/hangouts

- full control over sharing and information

cons: google+ is still new with limited mainstream adaption and no API (update: read-only API was released)