Talk would be cheaper, but . . .
13 Oct 2017 5:22am
@Ronnie 2¢: ... but talk involves having to say the word "like" so many times; exhausting!
Aw! The pain of technology !!!!!!
13 Oct 2017 5:49am
@Devi: Chiropractors love it !
Great capture . They are there and somewhere else at the same time in another form of communication.
13 Oct 2017 9:36am
@Mhelene: Indeed. It seems that being where you are is no longer enough :-)
Do you think they are texting each other :)
13 Oct 2017 10:49am
@grouser: I would have asked them, but they weren't there.
They are trying to do something interesting.
13 Oct 2017 11:58am
@Hiro: I will take your word for it :)
A sad commentary on today's communication and conversations. Well captured story here.
13 Oct 2017 12:09pm
@Ruthiebear: Ubiquitous devices tend to demand a lot of attention in a world gone tech-mad.
une intéressante recherche
13 Oct 2017 2:37pm
@Existence Artistique: Merci.
OMG!! When I first saw your caption on my blogwatch, this is not what I was expecting! This is a hilarious (yet saddening) reality of these millennials.
13 Oct 2017 6:07pm
@Steven: I love the OMG, of course, because it neatly dovetails with today's "in too much of a hurry to bother with vowels" ethos. Thanks, Steven. I'm okay with technology, loving my cameras, computers, home recording studio, Blu-ray players et al, but fear for a future without cursive writing, good use of expressive language, and people who are so distracted it becomes dangerous and detrimental. Thanks for the comment!
It's the same here.
14 Oct 2017 12:33am
@Irene: Ubiquity doesn't always rock!
such beautiful composition, colors, lights & shadows!
14 Oct 2017 7:17pm
@omid: Thanks :-)
In a circle, a cult, or is it the start of a black hole !
16 Oct 2017 10:19am
@Phil Morris: Ha ha!
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