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Saturday, March 13, 2010


The invention of the cell phone has completely changed the way the world communicates... and not always for the better.

The lyrics of Telephone by Lady GaGa reflect this: she's busy, she's out with friends, she can't hear you, she should have left her phone at home, it's not that she doesn't like you, she's just kinda busy.
Get the hint, you called, she didn't answer, leave a message and leave it at that.

If you're on the phone every minute of the day, you'll run out of things to talk about.
When you finally meet up with the person you're talking to, what else will you have to say?

Also, when you go into a store, business, etc., it's incredibly rude to the cashier/sales associate/bank teller, to talk (re: yell) (re: re: talk loudly about the pimples on your butt that no one wants to hear about) on the phone while they are trying to help you.

It makes me believe that there may be some sort of security issue; that these people can't handle being out in public/interacting with others/want to look very important, so they talk on the phone to get past this. But seriously, what is the problem?

Unglue the phone from your ear and hand and talk to the people in front of you.

...also this is partly an excuse to post Lady GaGa's newest video.
Very much loving it. Makes me want to wear brightly colored ensembles and dance around with my own backup dance crew.

Watch and enjoy!

1 comment:

EP said...

I completely agree with you on this, and I love Gaga, too.

Lucy also wanted me to tell you hello. She put her head down on the keyboard to type something... (: