In spite of what some think of me, I really do work very hard to be reasonable, moderate, approachable, and ready to discuss differences. Now for the pet peeve (you knew it was coming, didn’t you, LOL). I won’t pick on anyone specific because I have seen it all over the web. It is the complaint about phones being “fingerprint magnets.” There is enough legitimate issues with manmade technologies that silly things such as this are ridiculous (IMHO). To point: Glass mirrors, windows in cars, in homes, in display cases at stores (although most are probably plastic), our computer screens, and the list could go on ad nauseam. Then there are all the metal appliances we have: stoves, refrigerators, etc., all are fingerprint magnets. It is just part of life. Our skin produces oils and everything we touch gets some. It is not the device’s fault. So it really annoys me to no end that some will actually make a big deal of this. Do they really expect that somehow our phones are magical devices that are able to completely reject our prints? What really is their point in even complaining about this? Ok, so it makes our phones look ugly -- just wipe the device off for goodness sake! Our finger prints also do the same to everything else we touch. Is anybody with me on this? I ask because it seems that every time I bring up the issue, I get shot down.