The internet is crazy!


typewriter When it comes to comes to getting a new upgrade with your cellular provider you often wonder, what the next month’s billing is going to look like?

Your emotional wreckage starts to sputter into overdrive, you start to break into a sweat, but – you sputter into the chaos of hell and wonder how your going to muster a championship game between the Steelers and the Super Bowl. 

You wonder how, ABC’s “Rick Castle” would handle “Nikki Heat” and “Detective Kate Beckett” in the same room to dish it out – but, you swing into halls of chaos and the competition between cellular use and a needed accessory to the internet on your laptop that also doubles as your all around internet service package into one.

It’s brutal – when you expect to see your next month’s billing to be a decent swing in the pocket book – but, the nightmare from hell, jumps at ya, once you open the day’s snail mail revealing the horrific disasters of hell making you wonder how the impossible, crept thru the guard!

“The gator has snapped! Your hard earned ass,” reveals the chilling effects of how your going to muster in the troops to settle the score with customer service on the other end of the line.

Sadly to say – it’s war folks! Pure shaddy dell war hogs creeping toads for the latest charm of portability nightmares!

I was stunned to see my funeral flash forward right in front of me, after I had opened this month’s billing statement from the previous month usage on my new Dell Mini.

The revealing news sent my curiosity into chaos of how, I could’ve possibly jumped the gun, going over my 5GB on the 3G/4G data plan in $500 of additional charges on my Dell Mini Inspiron Mini laptop, when I’m supposed to be within the 4G range of unlimited coverage within 4G service of Sprint’s dual-mode 3G/4G internet connection on my Dell.

I had traded up from my USB 3G wireless card during the holiday’s back in December for a faster modern day computer, compared to the marching mules of my Compaq Armada 1750, that was given to me free, while working some volunteer time at my former ISP’s front desk downtown some years ago.

But, seeing my first billing of the 2011 has caused me to wonder how I went over the 5GB quota on the 3rd generation side of my internet connection to rack up an excess heart rate.

Perhaps – my account was hacked or was it an oversight on me bearing to the idealism to keep my internet access turned on 24/7? The mystery deepens and my mind wonder’s just how the impossible could’ve happen in a very short time?

“…A month, you idiot – A solid month and the warpath hits home in the pocket book!”

Ironically, I’m thinking the ordeal will cause me to scale back my internet time online, while at home. As the dual-mode 3G/4G is the primary internet access from home and on the road – making it a sensible subject matter in cutting off the landline phone service and bundling up with my cellular provider for both phone and wireless internet service on my Dell.

Which leads me to ask another question to the unsuspecting customer service rep who is about to face the critical acclaimed commander of choice for a breach complaint in the heartland.

Forget the snow – hammer the plight as the “winter-spring” like weather continues to bask in the limelight, mother nature isn’t going to like the indecent phone call after she wonder’s how that happen in the first place.

Seriously folks. I’m going down to Lowes and buy me some ear protection, before I face the music and seek some critical answers from an honest standpoint of view.

It just plain dull to see the new year rung into dry lake bed.

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