45 thoughts on “I forgot my phone

  1. I don’t know what your college professor was thinking, telling you about this video. It is very dry, I cant understand why it has so many views.

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    1. There isn’t any actual action or high amounts of emotional impact, but I felt like the makers of this video were trying to convey how technology has invaded our natural day to day interactions. It’s an important message and the way that it was presented through this video was well-done, in my honest opinion.

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  2. Reblogged this on The Lady….. and commented:
    The Phone has become more then rude. It is a relationship liability. I don’t like cell phones and never really did. If I was available to be on the phone, I would be at home. I only started using a cell phone for emergencies. What to take pictures, buy a camera.

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    1. Or the person should make sure they’re alone if they happen to be out-&-about & they want to stare transfixed at their phone for Internet/calls/texting/taking pics, but put it away when they have a friend/family member with them & provide them with undivided attention, not glimpse at their phone-the ultimate in ignorance & insensitivity, as well as condescension!!!!

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  3. It is a sad truth and well portrayed, i know a few friends like that but most can find a better balance. i love being able to txt friends but not when i’m out with other friends as you are basically saying that the friend your txting is far more important then spending time with those present (obv there are exceptions)

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      1. Yes i find it insulting but i dont want to say anything as i feel like it’s just what everyone does so i should be accepting it, i just seethe in silence

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  4. This sends the perfect message and exactly where technology has taken us. Disguised as unifying us but has separated us all in actuality. Very enlightening to watch and confirms what I have been thinking. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. People got to get off the cell phone and enjoy the wonderful world around them. Soon they will be 60 years old and life will have past them by and they did not experience any of the beauty that the world has to offer.

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  6. Lol!!! loved the video. People have become so obsessed with capturing the moment with their cell phone camera’s and are so eager to share it on social networks that they forget to enjoy and savour the moment while its actually happening. Having fun is more important than creating the illusion online and having people tell you “that looks so fun”

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  7. Too funny and all too real. I am anti-texting unless it is a one sentence question or response to something time sensitive (ie: where are you? can you stop at the store and get this? , etc.)

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  8. That video sends a lessen
    It tells us that people now days lose direct communication because of that modern technology..

    Thank u for sharing it with us.

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  9. There are advantages/disadvantages to the existence of cell phones/iPhones. People for example should never talk/text on their phone, yet so often do, unfortunately, & don’t think anything about it!!! (This goes for cops all over the US too)!!! Very wrong & corrupt what’s going on-drivers on the highway deeply engrossed in conversation while there going 60 mph or more on the highway-even if they are using a “hands-free-device”, Still No Excuse!!! Cops/ordinary citizens/politicians apparently citizens haven’t learned Anything From This Horribly a Irresponsible Activity That Goes On Every Day/24 Hours Each Day!!!

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  10. Mostly everyone it seems is obsessed with having their smartphone-talking/texting/checking email/taking pics/scanning Facebook, etc. Adults act like children with a brand new toy!!!! They are mostly, if not completely, oblivious to what’s going on in the world around them!!!!

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