that's a great song. His music is always good. Okay don't laugh at me...but my ringtone is the cupcake song...you can listen to it here
Your ring tone reveals that you like old rock music, especially guitars. Possibly you were into psychedelics, maybe you smoked... maybe you didn't. haha! Possibly.. very possibly, you are into Woodstock. Maybe you drove a '69 VW Beetle. You're a liberal.How close am I?My ring tone is a generic free ringtone that came with my phone. I only rarely use it, as it's a prepaid cell phone. $15 every three months is all it takes to keep the service. Virgin Mobile.
hehee, Kathy, my little cupcake - that was quite a 180 turn around after listening to Tao's ringtone.
I don't own a cell phone, so I don't have a ring tone. My land line simply rings. ; )
Kathy!!!! LOFL!!! I love it.Sophia - There are no boxes that can hold me!!! Ha-ha. I think that (oh-oh opinion here) anyone that is stuck in one genre of music is,..I won't say it. Music is alive. Ever evolving. I am partial to many kinds of music. Folk - rock - progressive alternative, BLUES!!!, some Jazz, Celtic (pipes & fiddles-Oh my!)I did some psychedelics, smoked a wide variety of pot,(I no longer do) and I still drive a 73 VW - The "Little Hottie". I am a social liberal, a fiscal conservative, and I have a deep sense of anarchist, libertarian and constitutionalist. Rambling one, my youngest pays for my phone as an add on to hers. It keeps us one call away from each other. I like that. I also have a land line that we never answer. We have a generic answering machine that we call "Jeeves." He screens all calls.
Have you heard about this?http://www.google.com/googlevoice/about.html
No! That some technology....You use it?
Voodoo Child is great!I like making tones for each of my contacts...I use myxer.com. When my husband calls it's Bob Dylan singing "I Want You" and my artist friend gets "She belongs to me" --(She's an artist, she don't look back...); my mechanic, who calls me more than I call him, gets Rolling Stones' "Start Me Up." My son, who lives in Portalnd, Ore., is linked to John Fahey's "Portland Cement Factory." I'm thinking of making "Maggie's Farm" my incoming office ringtone!
Yes...keep a landline! With a real old fashioned dial phone that doesn't need to charge. Don't want any single point communication failures.
My ringtone might be as, um, silly as Kathy's. You can find it here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JuVHCJVYf4It fades out right before the commercial announcer starts talking, and then starts over again. (The hubby ripped and edited it for me.)I think it means I'm silly and love kittehs.
mine is purple haze
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