On the Phone

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Who is this Button for?

Modern people for whom life can be a distraction from an important phone conversation.

Six billion men, women and children worldwide.

Provocative Suggestions

Praise the heavens for an invention greater than the wheel! [1]

Use the phone case to warn people to keep their distance.

When using handsfree be sure to wear the button to alert motorists that your mind is elsewhere.[2]

Quotations

The cell phone has become the adult's transitional object, replacing the toddler's teddy bear for comfort and a sense of belonging.[3]

(Margaret Heffernan)


I drive with my knees. Otherwise, how can I put on my lipstick and talk on my phone?

(Sharon Stone)


You want to see an angry person? Let me hear a cell phone go off.

(Jim Lehrer)

Something to consider

Upgrade your relationships with eye contact and touch.

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Notes

  1. Evidence: 1. More people can and do use cell phones than can ride bikes or cars. 2. The cell phone is non-violent, while the wheel has blood on its spokes.
  2. This button also explains to passers-by that you are involved in an intelligent telecommunication and not psychotically talkng to yourself.
  3. Which just goes to show what a wonderfully comforting invention the cell phone really is.