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Has anyone heard any rumors that might explain this, or do you think there's something simple like an expired credit card.
I need my fix!
My DH is currently in Israel. He's there with an Archaeological field school. Very cool, I know.
However, here's the problem. The poor man seems to be plagued with problems in communication with me when he goes overseas. He bought a SIM card when he first arrived in Tel-Aviv through the Orange Network. Now he is in Beit-Shemesh. The hotel he is staying in won't have it's internet online for a few days, so IMing and Skype are out for now, but he can't seem to figure out how to dial out on his phone. Apparently all the information he has access to is in Hebrew. And when I tried looking it up online, naturally the Orange Israel website is in Hebrew.
According to DH, you can't just dial 00-1-USA Phone Number from a cell phone there. Apparently you need some sort of special code. And, naturally, he doesn't have that special code, and no one else with him has the special code.
He called me today from a borrowed phone. And, naturally, he doesn't know the phone number for his own phone. (Don't get me started...this is a reoccurring theme)
The only English information I have found is about Roamers, but he's not roaming if he bought an Israeli SIM card.
I know that some of you ladies are in Israel or have been to Israel and speak and read Hebrew. I would be eternally grateful if anyone could please help! Even if it means your just a better internet super-sleuth and can find an English language link for me!
- Current Mood: stressed
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My question is, is this something on my end that needs to be fixed/installed, or on the administrators end? I've tried to download this Optimizer thing--both versions--but it cannot find my host server (if I remember the error message correctly) when I attempt to install it. Any insight? Thanks!
Like most of the rest of our fatass country, I have trouble eating enough fruits and vegetables. Especially vegetables. But I've noticed that when I make recipes that incorporate a large amount of veggies I love to eat them and don't feel burdened at all to get more of them into my diet.
So this is where you come in. Can you guys please share your best veggie heavy recipes? Casseroles, pasta, soups & stews, etc. Anything is fair game.
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