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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by CRUDS, Jun 11, 2008.
See the quote and response in post 48..
Ah. Don't see how I missed that.
Text messaging is great, what are you talking about? It's far more reliable than voice mail for relating something to someone when the call goes unanswered. Also, some people aren't allowed to use their phones on the job. It's always such a boost for me when I read something my wife sends. Also, it's good for sending small reminders like asking who is picking up the kid... people are sometimes too busy to make phone calls.
No. Primarily because of the free popcorn. I mean how can I drive and watch the transformers DVD without my cell phone making the popcorn? That would be rediculous.
I'm ok with text messaging for some things. They're particularly helpful for times when you are somewhere too loud to talk on the phone, (titans game) or too quiet, (church), but need to clarify something with someone (what time you're leaving church and making it to the titans game).
But text messaging isn't and shouldn't be for conversations. And you shouldn't need to do it while driving.
They project the switch to hands-free technology will save 300 lives a year in California.
^^^^see, her real problem is trying to text with that old school flip phone. She needs to get her a BlackBerry, IPhone, etc. that makes texting a breeze!
I hardly ever talk on the phone, all I do is text. You can carry on coversations with 3 or 4 people at once, or do other stuff while texting.
Texting is dangerous while driving. Talking is dangerous if youre one of those people who really get into the confo and forget about the outside world.
Yeah, but you can't see phone pics when someone sends them to you...)