I had one that came in a bag and looked like an army field phone, I had a few car phones, I had a couple of those Ivory colored Motorola jobs that needed two batteries to make it through a single day whether you made one call or twenty. In 1986 there was no tower service outside good sized towns. I also had beepers, one a digital worldwide model__where texting was born.<quoted text>happen faster then you think. I remember the wifes first cellphone. It was $1200 bucks and bigger than a brick. About as heavy too. All it did was make and receive calls. About 18 years later what most of us now have can't even still be called a phone although you can make calls. Technology is advancing at a rapid pace. The world today will not be the world next year.
That's a quarter century pal__that ain't fast__steady maybe but not fast___I'll be dead and you'll be in the home.
They'll be making fake diks with those printers before making anything lifesaving.