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Bluetooth Rant

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by MOTOhooligan, May 8, 2008.

  1. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    "Bluetooth" is not a headset.

    "Bluetooth" is not a verb.

    Bluetooth was a Danish king.

    Bluetooth is a short range wireless protocol which utilizes the 2.4GHz frequency to connect multiple devices.

    If you have a wireless headset on, you are wearing a Bluetooth headset, not "a Bluetooth."

    If you are going to send pictures, MP3s, ringtones or anything else from one device to another using the 2.4GHz frequency you are transferring something using Bluetooth OBEX (object exchange) you are not "Bluetoothing" something.

    If you are driving, it is okay to wear your Bluetooth headset.

    If your hands are occupied, it's okay to wear your Bluetooth headset.

    If you are walking down the street and are just too lazy to take your phone out of your pocket, that's not okay. If your hands are not occupied with anything, you should take your phone out of your pocket and place it to your ear not only because this uses less battery than talking on your Bluetooth headset but also because you don't look like a crazy person talking to himself this way.

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  2. Ddeere2

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    I hate that the most. I sometimes look thinking they're talking to me, but then you see that they have a Bluetooth headset on. I guess they use it to "look cool". Whatever, I just hate it when they're no one important and then they use it just to talk to a friend or a family member. Like you said MOTOhooligan, its okay if you are driving or your hands are full.
     
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  3. Jay2TheRescue

    Jay2TheRescue Resident Spamslayer
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    LOL, I was just talking to a lady yesterday. She was showing me her phone and said "My phone used to have bluetooth, but not anymore because I lost it" Apparently she had lost her headset, but the phone itself still had bluetooth. I couldn't make her understand that... :rolleyes::loony:

    -Jay
     
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  4. Ddeere2

    Ddeere2 Senior Member
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    ROFL. I couldn't stop laughing when I read that.
     
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  5. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 25 Years Plus
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    :lmao: Well said, Moto!
     
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