Cell-reception

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The definite upside of hanging out in the JFSB basement though, is leaving: not only because you've been in there forever, but also the endless amount of little text message and voicemail beeps that bleep all out of your precious little communication device as you climb up the stairs and into the real world.

Did we beat those Fresno Bulldogs last night?  Heck yes we did!!  The game was great and I was happy.  The breakdancer half-time show was even more exciting, and we all ate ice cream afterwards to celebrate, or more just because we like ice cream…

Apparently there was a boy scout jubilee on campus today, which explains why the sidewalks and corners were scattered with kids in uniform-cute.  I personally spent most of the day in the dungeons of the JFSB (Joseph Fielding Smith Building) working.  If there’s one thing everyone knows about the basement of the JFSB, it’s that cell-reception is hardly a possibility.  Maybe if you’re stand on the West side by an elevator, or just beside the doors to the East, but anywhere else and your phone is in “power save” mode; which is very practical for the phone, but definitely impractical for receiving calls and messages.

The definite upside of hanging out in the JFSB basement though, is leaving: not only because you’ve been in there forever, but also the endless amount of little text message and voicemail beeps that bleep all out of your precious little communication device as you climb up the stairs and into the real world.

On the other hand, downsides equal entering the JFSB basement when it’s light outside, and leaving when it’s dark…talk about depressing.  One sunny Saturday, practically wasted.

-Sariah

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