posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 07:39 AM
a reply to: SLAYER69
I agree with this and the scariest part of all is that somehow even when I do all these things online and then text a friend about it, I -feel- like I
have had some social interaction.
I -feel- like I have kept in touch, but if I sit down and think about it, I haven't actually seen some of my friends face to face in years. Yet I am
totally caught up on their lives.
I suppose it depends on how you look at it. Some of my friends on the Internet I've never met before are better/more invested in my well being/more
supportive than anyone I actually know in "person" ( what is that anymore?).
Is it still quality interaction? I just don't know.
Anyway back on topic, I think this is a bad idea. We have to learn to put the phones down when navigating. My biggest peeve is people at traffic
lights texting or on Facebook. By the time they realize the light is green or I beep at them, so much time has passed now it's taking me too long to
get to my destination due to being stuck at the light again.
Can we just make a force field around cars that turns off smart phones lol.
edit on 27-4-2016 by Vdubya because: Typo
27-4-2016 by Vdubya because: Another thought