- In the late 1990's, a woman from the Midwest won an all-expenses paid trip for two to the Big Apple from her employer that included first-class air fare, tickets to see Phantom of the Opera, dinner at Tavern on the Green and two nights at the Plaza Hotel for herself and her teenage daughter. They took the trip during her daughterâ€™s spring break. After spending the first night at the hotel, she continues her story: âˆ™ The next morning, after a hearty and pricey breakfast (Iâ€™d never paid $35 a plate for French toast before!), we bundled up with purses fastened securely under our coats and pockets filled with assorted one-dollar bills and coins for the homeless panhandling on what seemed to be every street corner. Off we headed on our parade down Fifth Avenue.
- ("The newest, biggest draw among smart phone adversaries is how easy is the access and adaptability of the 'home page'. Cell phone providers are focused on making it easier and more intuitive for you to completely customize your 'Home Page'. The most advanced smart phones make it easy for you to simply touch the screen of your smart phone after finding a new 'like', and drag it to your personal home page...")