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these idiots post pictures for their many fake friends online, so that's the real experience.  it's sharing with others.  we mock them for being on their phone, but if no phone and they just look around....well, it's just a different experience, not a better one for all.  i think it's stupid, but i get it.  signs mean nothing if they know they won't be enforced. 

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What language should they put the signs in, 2 words and the second one is OFF

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1 hour ago, Matzzon said:

People with a mobile phone in their hands always act and look stupid. Nothing different here.

The essence of a mobile phone user: Sudden incapability to see and read signs as well as react to people talking or things around them. Their own little virtual world consumes them into only seeing their own egos, and taking as many pictures of themselfs as possible to upload for all the world to see.

Categorized as: Stupid act.

The essence of people complaining on mobile phone users. Usually above 60 not able to keep up with times. While I agree that many people abuse mobile phones they are great for many tasks and to keep one busy while on long trips in public transport. They keep people connected better then ever. 

 

Applications like line and whatsapp can be used for business and to keep in contact with people all over the world. Games and forums are great to keep oneself entertained when waiting or to lookup data that is needed quickly.

 

People who complain usually can't use them cling old to old times. Though people have always read in trains now they just do it on their mobile phones. I took books when i commuted no different then taking a phone.

 

These selfie guys are of course crazy selfish people, but you don't need a mobile phone to be selfish. I actually like selfies or at least pictures of me my friends and family to remember things by. I recently discovered google photo a way to organise photo's and make sure you can find them back later. (what else is the point)

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8 minutes ago, ChipButty said:

What language should they put the signs in, 2 words and the second one is OFF

b*gger? 😁

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1 hour ago, robblok said:

The essence of people complaining on mobile phone users. Usually above 60 not able to keep up with times. While I agree that many people abuse mobile phones they are great for many tasks and to keep one busy while on long trips in public transport. They keep people connected better then ever. 

 

Applications like line and whatsapp can be used for business and to keep in contact with people all over the world. Games and forums are great to keep oneself entertained when waiting or to lookup data that is needed quickly.

 

People who complain usually can't use them cling old to old times. Though people have always read in trains now they just do it on their mobile phones. I took books when i commuted no different then taking a phone.

 

These selfie guys are of course crazy selfish people, but you don't need a mobile phone to be selfish. I actually like selfies or at least pictures of me my friends and family to remember things by. I recently discovered google photo a way to organise photo's and make sure you can find them back later. (what else is the point)

Not even 50 yet. I do keep up with times, and are using phones and computer in work on a daily basis. They are great tools.

As single traveller, sitting on the bus or train, I can surely condone the use of a mobile phone instead of magazines or books as you say. I do not agree with that they keep people connected better than ever. Today you use the word connected to symbolize a virtual world. people are not connected to each other, they just have multiple choices of communicating. In all other aspects this type of communicating, that unfortunately replaced real communication, is highly anti-social.

As I wrote already, great tools for work and quick for finding information. Unfortunately most people that use them, also missuse them. Only today, driving my daughter to school I saw 4 people while driving 7 km, that drove motorbike with one hand while clicking on the screen with the other. That´s just one example out of millions.

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