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Well, she's an extremely strong minded person already so the party has already gotten out of hand.
She only wants to invite the friends of her big brother since she's a "boy". The fact that she's missing crucial parts doesn't bother her the slightest.
We've been having a big row with her today about that she should actually invite her own friends instead, especially those that have invited her for their birthdays.
Yippee!! Congratulations! Soon you'll be a grandpa! Spend every moment you can with your kids! Kids are precious!
Decrease the belief in God, and you increase the numbers of those who wish to play at being God by being “society’s supervisors,” who deny the existence of divine standards, but are very serious about imposing their own standards on society.-Neal A. Maxwell
You must accept 1 of 2 basic premises: Either we are alone in the universe or we are not alone. Either way, the implications are staggering!-Wernher von Braun
If you don't care about the phone having access to the mobile network, then a device without a SIM will work just fine. Clearly if you're developing an app that interacts with phone calls or text messaging you need a SIM (but I don't think I needed to tell you that.)
Some SIMs will work in multiple phones, but it's carrier dependent also. I have T-Mobile (US) myself, and my SIM will work in multiple phones (meaning the phone will access the SIM and any information on it,) but the network won't let you register unless it recognizes the SIM-IMEI pairing.
As others have described, they have "floating" SIMs (that don't require you to call your carrier and have the SIM transferred to the new IMEI,) but I don't know what carriers those would be.
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