Ten years ago I had an old fashioned cell phone; a "flip phone" that I kept in a leather case on OFF mode in my purse. I would turn it ON only if I had to make a phone call. No one ever called me on the phone because it was always OFF. I'd never heard of a text message and email was something you read once a day, if that.
We received our cell phone bill yesterday. One of us, who will remain nameless, logged in 2700 minutes of talk time (that's 40 hours!!!!) and 6500 text messages (of course in-coming texts count as text messages, you understand). How does anyone think when there are an average of 200+ messages sent/received every day of the month? If you're awake for say 18 hours, that's 10 an hour, an average of one every 6 minutes. And on it goes with the calculations that boggle my mind.
There's something not quite fittin' about this.