Frank Lucas works as a chauffeur for one of Harlem’s most important mobsters. After the death of his boss, Frank uses his business acumen and manner to become one of the city’s most powerful criminal leaders. Meanwhile, veteran police officer Richie Roberts notices changes in the structure of the mafia’s power, and seeks a way to bring his opponent to justice.

iPhone


Note… this post was a draft and for some reason decided to show up today…. here goes….

Ok, so I went out yesterday morningThe 30th of June at 7:15 to go the apple store to go and purchase an iPhone. I got there at 8:00 and I was number 4 in line. I ended up buying a 4GB model. I drove home, opened up my iPhone, and activated it within five minutes. The only thing that I had to do was to add the $20 unlimited data plan (which I’ve already used that much worth). I love the wifi and the excellent audio quality. It is so much better than my old Razr phone. I’m wondering if it’s getting more bandwidth than the rest of the phones…

one of the less than ideal is the speakers on the phone, but they sound better than most other speaker phones. the headphone jack, with the case will not allow regular headphones, but it’s not too bad…

So far I have no complaints, excluding ringtones, which you can’t add songs as ringtones… (Update: I know have Custom ringtones after a little bit of trickery).