The accessibility features on cell phones: America's Number One Problem

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Perhaps a few decades in to the future, some thing will be written about that period of time indicating accessibility features on cell phones were the start of the Great Society Revolution. It probably all started a couple of years when Ross Perot was running for President and many of our fellow Americans felt he could really be considered a good president. free cell phones for seniors were the reason for this.

You see, it is my belief those people who voted for Ross Perot in fact were also heavy users of accessibility features on cell phones. The phone would be held by them to the right ear near the element of the brain that is responsible for logical thinking, ruining some of the brain cells involved in the process. This rendered these people hopelessly without rationality and helplessly. It is with this in mind, I can actually declare cell phone for seniors as the no 1 problem with our society and it is now America's #1 Addiction problem. What has happened to us? Cell phones are now apart of our life and several of us can perhaps not live without it. We have been mobile phone junkies. If you have ever lost your mobile phone, you know why. You are lost. The phone however is OKAY.

aarp cell phone: A Social Disease

I was in a restaurant the other day, and a cell phone started to ring. Most of a sudden like timed robots everybody's hands went for their purse, pocket or belt and immediately raised their cell phone to answer the phone call. Because they found out the number one communicating device may be missing others searched in a panic. Even more remarkable, most determined to answer their telephone anyway even though it had been perhaps not ringing. It had been like a bad lotto, where only one person won the prize. Most were disappointed to find the phone call wasn't theirs. One person did have the call, and all of the people in the restaurant applauded. "Congratulations they said, all shouting with glee, possibly next will soon be me!

" Cellular phones have distinct rings. Some cell phones allow the user to select from 150 different opera sonatas composed by the great composers of our time, like Beethoven or Bach. Request those users to name one of these. They can maybe not. As a matter of fact, when they pick one of these classic pieces as the 'Ring' sound, it will always be some thing they heard at one of the Bugs Bunny cartoons. Maybe that timeless from the "Rabbit of Seville".

Some even are practicing for the game show "Name that Tune". You understand, that is where the contestants say they can name a tune in 6 notes and they play the six notes. If the contestant guesses the name of the tune, we have a success! So there you go, flipping through every one of the 150 tunes, never hearing the whole tune. It is like listening to a group tune up. With so many tunes to choose from exactly why is it a lot of people end up having exactly the same tune? Why all of them answer the phone at exactly the same time when the have been in a restaurant that is. Well, perhaps not precisely. Their phone is answered by some because they forgot which one they used as their ringing sound. So their phone is picked up by them only to be certain.

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