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Anonymous
March 18, 2005 12:30:41 PM

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From bones46@webtv.net
I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
body's responses will be harmless. Bob









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March 18, 2005 12:30:42 PM

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Bob... perhaps you slept through the communications revolution. It's here
Bob! Hello? Can you hear me now?

All in jest Bob... all in jest! :) 

-Frank

"kroger Bobb" <bones46@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:8900-423AE611-753@storefull-3171.bay.webtv.net...
> From bones46@webtv.net
> I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
> am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
> favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
> time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
> talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
> see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
> talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
> I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
> weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
> were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
> phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
> a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
> man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
> music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
> a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
> sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
> I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
> before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
> never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
> hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
> body's responses will be harmless. Bob
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> http://community.webtv.net/bones46/BobSeifertsWebPage0
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March 18, 2005 6:32:05 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 09:30:41 -0500, bones46@webtv.net (kroger Bobb)
wrote:

>From bones46@webtv.net
>I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
>am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
>favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
>time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
>talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
>see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
>talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
>I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
>weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
>were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
>phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
>a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
>man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
>music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
>a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
>sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
>I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
>before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
>never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
>hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
>body's responses will be harmless. Bob

You don't own a cell phone do you Bob? If you did you might be
singing a very different tune.

Don't knock it til you've tried it.
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March 18, 2005 7:20:51 PM

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What would the world be like if there were no cell phones, e-mail, internet,
and DVR???? Every where you go people talk on cell phones. If I could stand
out side in one place for 8 hours I would see thousands of people go by and
they would all have there phones out. I find it funny to.

"kroger Bobb" <bones46@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:8900-423AE611-753@storefull-3171.bay.webtv.net...
> From bones46@webtv.net
> I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
> am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
> favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
> time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
> talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
> see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
> talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
> I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
> weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
> were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
> phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
> a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
> man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
> music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
> a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
> sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
> I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
> before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
> never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
> hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
> body's responses will be harmless. Bob
>
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> http://community.webtv.net/bones46/BobSeifertsWebPage0
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March 18, 2005 7:20:52 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 16:20:51 GMT, "Viper" <user@user.com> wrote:

>I find it funny to.

You find it funny to what?

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Anonymous
March 18, 2005 7:38:56 PM

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Joseph wrote:
>
> On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 09:30:41 -0500, bones46@webtv.net (kroger Bobb)
> wrote:
>
> >From bones46@webtv.net
> >I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
> >am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
> >favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
> >time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
> >talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
> >see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
> >talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
> >I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
> >weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
> >were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
> >phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
> >a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
> >man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
> >music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
> >a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
> >sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
> >I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
> >before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
> >never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
> >hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
> >body's responses will be harmless. Bob
>
> You don't own a cell phone do you Bob? If you did you might be
> singing a very different tune.

He just said that he *does* own and use a cell phone.

But, like some of us, he doesn't use it *all* the time!

Notan
Anonymous
March 18, 2005 8:57:37 PM

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"kroger Bobb" <bones46@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:8900-423AE611-753@storefull-3171.bay.webtv.net...
> From bones46@webtv.net
> I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
> am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
> favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
> time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
> talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
> see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
> talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
> I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
> weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
> were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
> phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
> a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
> man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
> music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
> a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
> sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
> I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
> before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
> never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
> hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
> body's responses will be harmless. Bob

The other thing that's silly is people falling all over themselves to buy
the feature bloat-laden new phones the carriers push. Hello, they want you
to use more minutes and upmarket your contract so they can increase revenue
(not that there's anything wrong with that-- that's why they're in business
after all).

But do we really need the Swiss Army knives with antennas they sell now? You
might as well wait for the new models that will have electric shavers, drink
mixers, flashlights and weather forecasting instruments built in.

Cleburne
Anonymous
March 18, 2005 8:57:38 PM

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Patrick Cleburne wrote:
>
> But do we really need the Swiss Army knives with antennas
> they sell now? You might as well wait for the new models
> that will have electric shavers, drink mixers,
> flashlights and weather forecasting instruments built in.

Drink mixer? I've got to have one of those! Put me down
for one on a pre-order.

-Quick
Anonymous
March 18, 2005 8:57:38 PM

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Patrick Cleburne wrote:
| "kroger Bobb" <bones46@webtv.net> wrote in message

<SNIP>

|
| The other thing that's silly is people falling all over themselves to
| buy the feature bloat-laden new phones the carriers push. Hello, they
| want you to use more minutes and upmarket your contract so they can
| increase revenue (not that there's anything wrong with that-- that's
| why they're in business after all).
|
| But do we really need the Swiss Army knives with antennas they sell
| now? You might as well wait for the new models that will have
| electric shavers, drink mixers, flashlights and weather forecasting
| instruments built in.

Remember that the consumer market is aimed at thirteen year old girls - if
you don't "grok" the target market, you will continue to be astounded.....:) 

PC
March 18, 2005 8:57:38 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 17:57:37 GMT, "Patrick Cleburne"
<reb@_rebyell.xcom> wrote:

>The other thing that's silly is people falling all over themselves to buy
>the feature bloat-laden new phones the carriers push. Hello, they want you
>to use more minutes and upmarket your contract so they can increase revenue
>(not that there's anything wrong with that-- that's why they're in business
>after all).
>
>But do we really need the Swiss Army knives with antennas they sell now? You
>might as well wait for the new models that will have electric shavers, drink
>mixers, flashlights and weather forecasting instruments built in.

Get a string and two tin cans if that's what makes you happy.

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March 18, 2005 11:59:50 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 16:38:56 -0700, Notan <notan@ddress.com> wrote:

>He just said that he *does* own and use a cell phone.
>
>But, like some of us, he doesn't use it *all* the time!

I use it when I *need* to use it. I don't yack on the phone.

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March 19, 2005 12:01:43 AM

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It's a multi-faceted thing. Women see certain
activities as important to demonstrating "who
they are" to those around them. Here in the
area where I am driving a Cadillac Escalade
with a cigarette in one hand and a cell-phone
glued to an ear and with everyone jumping
out of their way to save their lives, somewhat
qualifies. The gal I saw driving this morning
was all tied up in some conversation about her
new shade of lipstick or the cute guy at the
office and changed lanes cutting off all traffic.
How she changed lanes with no hands on the
wheel, no-one knows. But they were all braking
and swerving. No-one blew horns or complained
because everyone is accustomed to that. She was
apparently oblivious to all. Maybe a law will
get passed. Of course some girly boys are into
the gossiping over the cell also. I think that
cell phones should be equipped with automatic
disable devices when an automobile engine
is started. Flame--flame--flame...
March 19, 2005 12:01:44 AM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 21:01:43 -0700, "Mack" <gator2@webmail.co.za>
wrote:
I believe that NY has had a law in place about talking on a cell phone
while the vehicle is in motion. Only allowed if you have a hands free
kit in the vehicle.
>It's a multi-faceted thing. Women see certain
>activities as important to demonstrating "who
>they are" to those around them. Here in the
>area where I am driving a Cadillac Escalade
>with a cigarette in one hand and a cell-phone
>glued to an ear and with everyone jumping
>out of their way to save their lives, somewhat
>qualifies. The gal I saw driving this morning
>was all tied up in some conversation about her
>new shade of lipstick or the cute guy at the
>office and changed lanes cutting off all traffic.
>How she changed lanes with no hands on the
>wheel, no-one knows. But they were all braking
>and swerving. No-one blew horns or complained
>because everyone is accustomed to that. She was
>apparently oblivious to all. Maybe a law will
>get passed. Of course some girly boys are into
>the gossiping over the cell also. I think that
>cell phones should be equipped with automatic
>disable devices when an automobile engine
>is started. Flame--flame--flame...
>
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 1:50:08 AM

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>
> I use it when I *need* to use it. I don't yack on the phone.
>
Some people do however. We went to a local restaurant for breakfast the
other morning. There was a woman, probably late thirties, sitting in the
booth next to ours. She was on her cell phone when we walked in. She was
still on the phone when we finished our breakfast and left. She was somehow
managing to eat with one hand while holding her phone with the other hand.

Don
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 2:52:33 AM

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RVerDon wrote:
>
> >
> > I use it when I *need* to use it. I don't yack on the phone.
> >
> Some people do however. We went to a local restaurant for breakfast the
> other morning. There was a woman, probably late thirties, sitting in the
> booth next to ours. She was on her cell phone when we walked in. She was
> still on the phone when we finished our breakfast and left. She was somehow
> managing to eat with one hand while holding her phone with the other hand.

Driving down the freeway, earlier today, I saw a guy with a sandwich and
cigarette in one hand, and cell phone in the other.

Absolutely amazing! <g>

Notan
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 2:52:34 AM

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> Driving down the freeway, earlier today, I saw a guy with a sandwich and
> cigarette in one hand, and cell phone in the other.
>
> Absolutely amazing! <g>
>
> Notan

No problem, steering with his knees.

Don
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 6:50:05 AM

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RVerDon wrote:
> >
> > I use it when I *need* to use it. I don't yack on the phone.
> >
> Some people do however. We went to a local restaurant for breakfast
the
> other morning. There was a woman, probably late thirties, sitting in
the
> booth next to ours. She was on her cell phone when we walked in.
She was
> still on the phone when we finished our breakfast and left. She was
somehow
> managing to eat with one hand while holding her phone with the other
hand.
>
> Don

That woman is the type of person who will be brain dead in 10 years,
from the excessive RF radiation "microwaving" her two brain cells.
When I see these types of indivduals I smile knowing another oxygen
consumer is on their way out.

>TK

I'm heading to Montana to write my manifesto
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 10:57:30 AM

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Viper wrote:
> What would the world be like if there were no cell phones, e-mail, internet,

I'd be unemployed :D 

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March 19, 2005 2:02:03 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 22:50:08 -0800, "RVerDon" <anynews@comcast.net>
wrote:

>Some people do however. We went to a local restaurant for breakfast the
>other morning. There was a woman, probably late thirties, sitting in the
>booth next to ours.

Unless you can get a law passed to limit the time length or the
subject matter of phone calls made in public I'm afraid you're just
going to have to suffer.

While you're at it see if they can make a law to prevent people from
passing gas or belching in public too. And while you're at it could
you please get a law passed to prevent people who don't bathe and use
under arm deodorant from using public transportation. And while
you're at it please get a law passed that people wearing iPods,
Walkmans and the like should turn down the volume so that people 100
feet away don't have to "share" their musical choices too.

Get back to us when you've done that OK?

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Anonymous
March 19, 2005 3:32:46 PM

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From Bones46@webtv.net
Thanks everyone for responding. I also use it when needed and those
needs are rare. I also don't yack on the phone. Is life that important
that you have to converse with someone while driving a car? I cant turn
the wheel around the corner while trying to change channels on the
radio. I tried to open a Snickers bar while driving home one night and I
don't recommend it.
Ive seen people read while driving. Ive seen people eat salads while
drving. Ive seen people scratch off lottery tickets while driving. Now
talking on the phone while driving. I drive my car to get away from the
phone. Im going to a card next month when my contract expires. Maybe i
will call everybody who responded. Bob









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March 19, 2005 3:48:46 PM

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I pretty much shared your feelings until 9/11. I worked in NYC and was in
there that day (on 13th street). Going home, I was able to communicate with
family via my manager's blackberry but it made me realize that it just might
be a good idea to carry a cell phone. Yes I know, they were pretty much
useless that day as all the circuits were extremely jammed. However, it did
come in very handy during the blackout, which I was in the city for once
again. I do realize, though, that are some places they should be put on
silent, or turned off all together out of respect for others around. I just
wish certain people would realize this.

"kroger Bobb" <bones46@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:8900-423AE611-753@storefull-3171.bay.webtv.net...
> From bones46@webtv.net
> I am all for modern technology!! If it can be done quicker and easier I
> am for it. Email and the Internet and DVR cable recording are my
> favorite technologies. But when it comes to talking on the phone all the
> time anytime I just don't get it!! Why people have this fascination to
> talk on the phone all the time is a mystery. I watch in wonder when i
> see people walking thru grocery stores and walking down the street
> talking loud about personal things so we have to hear the conversation.
> I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
> weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public. In my family men
> were never comfortable even dialing the phone. I always thought the
> phone was invented for women. When the phone rang in my house when I was
> a child my dad and my brothers cringed when the phone rang. Now when a
> man's phone rings he seems excited. Especially when it rings silly
> music. And in public places. But when Im home and the phone rings it is
> a constant interruption. I don't like it when Im watching tv, reading or
> sleeping or even eating dinner and the phone rings.
> I remember when as a kid my dad would say "let's get out of the house
> before the phone rings". Now people take the phone with them. Why I will
> never understand.Let me end this by saying I have a cell phone and
> hardly use it. Only for emergencies and they are rare. I hope every
> body's responses will be harmless. Bob
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> http://community.webtv.net/bones46/BobSeifertsWebPage0
>
>
> http://community-2.webtv.net/bones46/BobSeifertsWebPage...
>
Anonymous
March 19, 2005 7:17:20 PM

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On 19 Mar 2005 in alt.cellular.verizon, Steve Sobol wrote:

> Viper wrote:
>> What would the world be like if there were no cell phones, e-mail,
>> internet,
>
> I'd be unemployed :D 

Wouldn't you be manufacturing buggy whips in the shop your great-
grandfather started in the 1870s?

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Anonymous
March 19, 2005 7:17:21 PM

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Joe Makowiec wrote:

>>>What would the world be like if there were no cell phones, e-mail,
>>>internet,
>>
>>I'd be unemployed :D 
>
> Wouldn't you be manufacturing buggy whips in the shop your great-
> grandfather started in the 1870s?

My family didn't live in the USA in the 1870s. :) 

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Anonymous
March 19, 2005 8:25:19 PM

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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 09:30:41 -0500, bones46@webtv.net (kroger Bobb)
wrote:
>I know I will get bashed for this next observation but I think it is
>weird to see a man talking loud on the phone in public.

Twenty years ago only mental defectives were seen walking down the
street alone talking loudly. Now, everyone does. Such progress.

But, I guess I do not miss pay phones.
March 19, 2005 9:12:09 PM

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Yes NY has that law. So does Jersey, EXCEPT, it's not a primary offense. A
cop can't pull you over just for that. They have to stop you for some other
infraction and then site you for talking on the phone while driving. It's
really BS if you ask me because everyone is still talking while driving. I
even saw two different cops the other day talking while driving. The
lawmakers in this state have no backbone to pass a law that makes sense.
"T" <Vegasguy51@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 21:01:43 -0700, "Mack" <gator2@webmail.co.za>
> wrote:
> I believe that NY has had a law in place about talking on a cell phone
> while the vehicle is in motion. Only allowed if you have a hands free
> kit in the vehicle.
>>It's a multi-faceted thing. Women see certain
>>activities as important to demonstrating "who
>>they are" to those around them. Here in the
>>area where I am driving a Cadillac Escalade
>>with a cigarette in one hand and a cell-phone
>>glued to an ear and with everyone jumping
>>out of their way to save their lives, somewhat
>>qualifies. The gal I saw driving this morning
>>was all tied up in some conversation about her
>>new shade of lipstick or the cute guy at the
>>office and changed lanes cutting off all traffic.
>>How she changed lanes with no hands on the
>>wheel, no-one knows. But they were all braking
>>and swerving. No-one blew horns or complained
>>because everyone is accustomed to that. She was
>>apparently oblivious to all. Maybe a law will
>>get passed. Of course some girly boys are into
>>the gossiping over the cell also. I think that
>>cell phones should be equipped with automatic
>>disable devices when an automobile engine
>>is started. Flame--flame--flame...
>>
>
Anonymous
March 20, 2005 2:55:01 PM

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Steve Sobol wrote:
> Viper wrote:
>> What would the world be like if there were no cell phones, e-mail, internet,
>
> I'd be unemployed :D 

Nah, you'd have become a Mustang mechanic.
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