However, something is wrong with the kids today. Apparently their education is awry and the schools are to blame.
One particular kid tried to take my picture with a telephone. Good Grief, what an idiot. After laughing my ass off, and telling him to go back to school, I decided to play along, and said "Cheese", while he aimed his phone at me. Then he must have shined a flashlight from behind that phone to make it look like a flash. Before I left, I told him to go to a store and buy a camera, a roll of film, and some flash bulbs if he really wanted to take pictures.
Then another stupid kid told me he could go on the internet on his phone. I said, "Come on.... you need a computer for that, and asked him if he could see a webpage inside the circles on the dial of his rotary phone. The dummy asked me what a rotary phone is..... Thats exactly what I mean about blaming the schools. I just laughed and told him to get a life..... and an education!
The worst one was the kid who said he was playing a game on his phone. I asked him if he was making prank calls to the pizza restaurant, ordering 100 pizzas to be delivered to Mr. Lion at the zoo. He thought I was funny when I told him that those are the games we used to play on the telephone. But the whole time he kept pushing buttons on his phone, pretending to play some game. As I walked away, I told him that if he kept that up, he would end up calling the police, and they would come and take him to the nut house.
What is wrong with these kids today? Why cant they figure out how to use a telephone? It's really not that difficult. And to make matters worse, why can't the comprehend that their phone is not going to work when the cord is not plugged into the wall? Beleive it or not, I've actually seen these kids walking down the street talking into a telephone. Who are they talking to? Even if phone cords are getting longer, they dont make them so long that they can be connected when they are three blocks away from home.
I think it's time we re-educate all the teachers that are supposed to be teaching our children, particularly when it comes to telephone usage.