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Have You Been Trying To Contact Me?

June 29, 2009

For the last few weeks my “smart”phone has been acting a little dumb and deleting emails as soon as I get them from my account associated with this site: scott dot bailey at ymail dot com. Perhaps, the two or three hundred times I have dropped it may have something to do with that. I keep telling my wife that it’s an “accident”  when I drop it, but really it’s all part of my ultimate plot to get an iPhone. Only problem? My little BlackBerry will not die. Seriously, I’m starting to think my phone is immortal.

So if you sent me something, and it’s important, try resending it. I have deleted the account from my phone and will have to go back to signing into my account to check for emails. I know, I know: it’s almost like going back to the stone age having to sign into accounts to check if you have mail! I mean, that’s why God created smartphones on the sixth day. Right? If you check the Hebrew it’s there. Controversial, but there.

I’ve prayed that this thorn would be removed from my side, but the grace of a BlackBerry and checking my one account manually is sufficient…

UPDATE: I have changed the contact email for this site to scotteriology at gmail dot com as I continued to have problems with the ymail account. If you have been trying to contact me please use the new email address.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 30, 2009 11:27 am

    What if I just want to leave smart alec comments on your blog? Is that a fair communications option as well?

    • June 30, 2009 3:46 pm

      Judging by the majority of comments I get here? Yes, yes it is a fair communication option…

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