Bluetooth Making Drivers Safer

Ok...LAST BLOG...JUST KIDDING, I LOVE WRITTING THESE..

Take 1: Before the Browns Game
Ok, so Bluetooth technology...It's really cool, and it makes it so you can synch up virtually any device you have that has Bluetooth in it. You can Bluetooth your cell phone, your computer, your headphones, your PDA, your microphone, essentially just about anything you can think of can be made Bluetooth compatible.

Now where I see this being most effective (not my boyfriend's room which has 2 Bluetoothed computers, a cell phone, and a headset in it) is on the road.

Take 2: After the Browns Game - with limited feeling in my lower body

So back to Bluetooth...and driving...the incredible advantage of Bluetooth technology is the fact that it is completely wire free. The distractions and limitations of normal cell phone talking while driving is virtually eliminated (besides the fact that you could be distracted) but you will have both hands available on the wheel.

Also, it makes having 100 different devices all which say 100 different things no longer a problem. You can pull information off of one devices and upload it onto another device without cables or ports, which is also pretty handy.

So, in short, Bluetooth makes life better, it makes things simpler, you no longer have to fight with messy cords, your life wont be a bundle of wires about to take over and strangle you, you wont want to cry because you have more technology than you know what to do with…Bluetooth is good…THE END…

...I don't think I can write anymore...I think I lost an incredible number of brain cells in the cold, hypothermic weather…maybe I can regrow them with stem cells that our country wont support the development of…at least I can feel my feet now…mmm…

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