Joshua Wold


My iPod

I sold my iPod Touch recently, I’m glad. My wife has never had a smartphone and I wanted to buy her an iPhone 4, so I sold my iPod Touch. She’s happy, she really likes her new phone. Now my means of connecting to the internet is limited to my Macbook Pro. For now that’s a good thing. Distraction comes too easily to me; I want to spend more time creating and doing the things I love. This is part of the reason I don’t watch television on a regular basis, it’s a waste of time. Granted, I will watch movies with my wife, but it’s not every day. Like television the internet has a way of sucking up your time.

Anyway, I’m sure I’ll get an iPhone eventually, but for now it’s nice not having instant access to the internet in my pocket. The biggest thing I miss are the religious apps (such as the Bible) that I carried with me. At first I felt withdrawals from selling it, but now I feel a tiny bit of freedom.

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  1. the Trader Joe’s brand is basically geirenc meaning there are companies that process sauces, salsas, etc. for lots of grocery stores and then the stores get to put their own labels on it. Not that impressive. The meat and produce sections are unappetizing they pre-package vegetables with plastic and styrofoam, etc. But, the appealing thing is that you can get non-local items like organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and peanut and almond butters for less than most other places. I hate Wolf Road so I imagine that I’ll make monthly treks over there for certain items but it probably won’t cut into what I buy from the Farm Market and Coop. It will probably hurt Price Chopper more.

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