Wireless Voice Calls Are Obsolete
Posted on October 6th, 2010
I think Scott Adams (creator of the Dilbert comic strip) is hilarious. He has this blog where he just writes about whatever he’s thinking about or is going on in his life.
He’s had some of the best insights.
Anyway, he totally goes on a rant about wireless phone calls and how it’s impossible to have a conversation anymore on them because you’re on a cell phone, the other person is on a cell phone, and the reception on one of those 2 is probably horrible.
Just in case you’re wondering what your financial adviser finds so frustrating that if he didn’t laugh about it, he’d be on a ledge.
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