What does the word sidekick come from?
; sidekick : "companion or close associate," 1906, shortened from side-kicker (1903, in an O.Henry story), Amer.Eng., of unknown origin. Earlier terms were side-pal (1886), side-partner (1890). See the Related Link below.
The sidekick 2 is way older than sidekick 2008!! If the sidekick 3 has way more features than sidekick 2 and sidekick 3 is way older than sidekick 2008, so imagine how much better sidekick 2008 is!! Sidekick 2008 has a better camera, faster web browsing, it has way more features. so what am trying to say is that sidekick 2 is not the same as sidekick 2008! hope i helped
The sidekick lx is a new sidekick but the sidekick 2008 is way newer than sidekick lx. plus the sidekick 2008 is better than the lx because it has all the features that the lx has but it has more! plus in the sidekick lx you cant change shells while in the sidekick 2008 you can change shells to match your outfit our mood and you can even design your own shell!!! i have a…
no ,at the tmoblie store they only have the new sidekick slide`s and sidekick lx`s which they are really fun but you can find a sidekick 3 on eBay or like at the swapmeet no ,at the tmoblie store they only have the new sidekick slide`s and sidekick lx`s which they are really fun but you can find a sidekick 3 on eBay or like at the swapmeet
A simple reset will cure whatever ails your Sidekick. To start, remove the battery and SIM card from your Sidekick. From there, flip the Sidekick open and hold the "R" key, then put the battery back in the Sidekick. Do not, however, insert the SIM card yet. At this point, the Sidekick should restart itself. Make sure not to let go of the "R" key until your Sidekick has restarted completely. Once your Sidekick has…
In the original story (Carlo Collodi's 1883 book The Adventures of Pinocchio) the " The Talking Cricket" (in the original Italian : Il Grillo Parlante) is a fictional character that is nameless.It is the ghost of a hundred year old cricket that Pinocchio kills. and which returns to offer him advice.