Sighh … Everyone. Bloody EVERYWHERE. How come we all managed not to be in constant communication not all that many years ago?
I am looking at all the bad posture we will have in the years to come…heads bent over phones..dialing, texting, web surfing
That, too! – you’re right. Whereas I was merely finding abhorrent the need to be forever in contact.
oh absolutely that too and i will never understand the way some folks share their chats so loud.
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Hey Lynne! Look who’s visiting your page! It’s the little noodle!
I just wanted to say how much I’m enjoying your photos. This one is so compelling on many levels.
Here’s to a wonderful 2014.
long time no see…I hope your holidays were good and so glad to see you back in the WP world. Stay warm up there, I hear snow is all around.
Happy New Year chickie!!
Walkie-talkie, sittie-talkie and the worst of the worst: drive-talkie. Will it never end? 🙂 –Curt
Curt, I see nothing good coming in the years ahead.. I blame it on the tin-can & strings of long ago..lol
🙂 I too remember those old tin cans and strings. –Curt
I also remember when I got a set of walkie-talkies for Christmas..That was like the coolest thing ever..
the good ole’ days!
Hey, Peggy and I still use walkie-talkies at Burning Man. And we have the grandkids carry them when they are out and about on our property. –Curt
lol! I could not help but laugh when I saw your post. What would people do if all cell phones were zapped for just 2 hours? Would they stand in place until the phone is alive again? Thanks for the visit and the like of my Weekly Photo Challenge post “Beginning”.
Your comment cracked me up.. I believe you are right..especially the tens.. they would have mini-strokes..tee-hee!
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