During the teacher's presentation, I noticed the dude next to me had a huge smart phone. It was a monster. Some of the smart phones nowadays are getting so big people might as well get one the size of an iPad and put it up to their faces when they talk on them, that is if anyone ever used a phone like the technological gods intended it: for calling people.
As you might have guessed, I'm a proud owner of a flip phone, and I don't have any plans to change that fact.
I do have some changes that should be implemented, however:
- Quit assuming I text. I don't.
- Look at me when I'm talking to you instead of staring at your goddamned phone.
- Instead of playing on your phones, go exercise or watch nature or have a conversation or take a nap or daydream every once in a while.
- Don't tell me that I need to get a smart phone. I don't need to do anything.
I get that they are fun devices. I really do. I have an iPad, so I understand the allure of apps and whatnot. I watched a TED talk through its app this afternoon, in fact.
I just worry about hyperconnectivity.
I just went on a tangent. My original intent of this post was to make fun of the increasing size of smart phones and put in some good words for flip phones, which are much smaller and don't take up a lot of room in your pocket.
With so many people with smart phones nowadays, the joke/image below might not even make sense.
And that's sad because the SNL "Jeffrey's Store" sketch is a funny one.
Check it out by mashing ----->HERE.