I'm having a strange issue with long text messages being concatenated together. I received one sms as two separate parts, and now the second part of each subsequent message from the same contact is "one behind". The messages are chopped at the 152 character mark and then contain the ending that should have been part of the previous long message. It looks like the sms re-assembly algorithm got itself out of sync and now I'm forever doomed to read unintelligble long texts. here's the exported messages: <sms date="1271465344532" body="1/2 So now that youre ignoring me this is moot but just so you dont think the calls are important or whatever. My dad is here on a 48 hr trip and i wanted t" /> <sms date="1271465351278" body="2/2 o know if you wanted to have dinner with us." /> <sms date="1271475434972" body="My sister and i used to run around like them as a joke. Nvm again. I think im not making much sense. I should probably eat. Low blood sugar and major loo know if you wanted to have dinner with us." /> <sms date="1271842442750" body="Im tipsy so xx xxxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxx xx xxx xxxx xxx xxx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx xxx x xxxx xxx xxxx xx xxxxx xxxxx xx xx x xx xxxxx xxx. But i cant have everyss of blood dont work well together. " /> I am using the stock messaging app on 2.1. Has anyone else encountered this? If there's one thing about the android OS that really grinds my gears, it's wacky low-incidence bugs like this.