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Spooky new phone or Spooky NFL?Posted Saturday, August 20, 2011, at 12:23 PM
Either way, I had an interesting experience this morning.
I admit, getting around a new phone can be intimidating for me and I usually get it to do things I do not plan to do, like open the stock market listings 3 times in a row, when I have no intention of looking at it, nor even knew I has such an app.
I pulled the phone out of my pocket this morning and after unlocking it my "note pad" came up. OK, maybe I was looking at it last night but three letters were spelled om there that I did not out there, or at least not consciously.
NFL. Now I admit, I follow the Titans, but I was not thinking of them and in fact, I would have been thinning college football on Saturday or getting Cascade's results from last night. (they won by the way and I believe so did Shelbyville)
Anyway, why was NFL on there? Oh right, the pre-season games are coming on at all different times on different channels. Guess I should check when the next Titans game is on. Yup, tonight at 7:00.
Without this strange little message coming up, I would have not thought about it and probably would have missed at least half the game. Hmmmm, spooky.
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