Friday, October 18, 2013


The Universal Symbol of the Blogosphere



6 comments:

  1. It wasn't always so -- at least to the present extent. But it is now!

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  2. FreeThinke,

    When I went to Chicago a few days ago I saw more people on cellphones than I saw in conversation with their companions! Further, those who were standing alone were texting! Perhaps ten people out of HUNDREDS were actually engaged with those in close proximity.

    Sad testament.

    Andie

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  3. I am keeping that comment here, though it belongs on the post prior to this. Why? Because I am guilty of being on the phone and the computer simultaneously. I wasn't paying suffcient attention!
    I just proved my own point!

    Andie

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  4. You most certainly are correct FT. I may have to borrow this with attribution to you. You depict it so well - all I think and would love to say, but would be vilified in this one picture.

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