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  • #16
    That's what I like about the "good ole' days". Back when there were no cell phones and only the exceptionally wealthy had pagers. My grandfather worked for the state and once in a while they'd pull that stunt with him. So when he had more than 3 days off, we'd either go fishing, camping, or travel to see family out of state.
    After all, if you lost your cell phone or left it home AND....they tried getting ahold of you while you were out enjoying your hard earned vacation, well, they can't penalize you for that. I know I really hate it when those pesky rechargeable batteries go buggy on me and I lose calls or....
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    Don't worry, be happy.

    http://www.rcfp.org/taping/index.html is a good resource!

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      Before cell phones, my employers always required me to be at a phone waiting for a call from them during certain time, usually 9 am to 10 am every day of the vacation. It was up to me to make sure I vacationed somewhere that had a phone for me to sit beside an hour each day. I'd say it's lucky I don't like camping, however I don't actually know if I don't like it because I've never been able to go camping. I do like cell phones though, strange as it may sound, they give me a lot more freedom on my vacations.

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