The senior citizen cell phone plan: America's Number One Issue

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Perhaps a few decades in to the future, some thing is going to be written about this period of time suggesting senior citizen cell phone plan were the start of the Truly Amazing Society Revolution. It probably all started a few years when Ross Perot was running for President and many of our fellow Americans felt he could truly be considered a good president. senior citizen cell phone plan were the reason for this.

You see, it is my belief those people who voted for Ross Perot in reality were also heavy users of free cell phones for seniors. They might hold the phone to the right ear near the section of the brain that is responsible for rational thinking, destroying a few of the brain cells involved in the process. These people were rendered by this helplessly and hopelessly without rationality. It is with this in your mind, I can truly declare aarp phone because the #1 problem with our society and it is becoming America's #1 Dependency problem. What has happened to us? Cell phones are now apart of our life and many of us can perhaps not live without it. We have been mobile phone junkies. If you have ever lost your cell phone, you know the reason. You are lost. The mobile however is OK.

aarp phone: A Social Illness

I was in a restaurant last week, and a cell phone started to ring. All of a sudden like timed robots everybody's hands went because of their bag, pocket or belt and immediately lifted their cellular phone to answer the call. As they found out the number one communication apparatus could be losing others searched in a panic. Even more remarkable, most determined to answer their phone anyway even though it had been perhaps not ringing. It was like a terrible lotto, where only one person won the prize. Most were disappointed to get the decision was not theirs. One person did have the call, and each of the people in the restaurant applauded. "Congratulations they said, all shouting with glee, perhaps next is going to be me!

" Cellular phones have distinct rings. Some mobile phones let the user to select from 150 different opera sonatas written by the great composers of our time, like Beethoven or Bach. Request those users to name one of these. They can perhaps not. As a matter of fact, when they select one of these classic pieces as the 'Ring' sound, it is usually something they heard at one of the Bugs Bunny cartoons. Maybe that timeless from the "Rabbit of Seville".

Some even are practicing for the overall game show "Name that Tune". You know, that is where the contestants say they can name a tune in 6 notes and the six notes are played by them. If the contestant guesses the name of the melody, we now have a winner! So there you go, flipping through every one of the 150 tunes, never hearing the complete song. It really is like listening to a band tune up. With so many tunes to choose from exactly why is it a lot of people wind up having exactly the same tune? Why each of them answer the telephone at precisely the same time when the come in a restaurant that is. Well, maybe 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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