A MORALITY PLAY FOR CELLPHONE USERS

 

 

1 Response to “A MORALITY PLAY FOR CELLPHONE USERS”


  1. 1 solosocial July 28, 2017 at 6:25 am

    When you’re on your goddamned cellphones and smartphones, you have no idea how cold you are. Only those of us who choose not to have cellphones and smartphones see how cold you are.

    When addicts are feeding their addictions, they rarely know they’re addicted–whether they’re addicted to alcohol, heroin, morphine, cocaine, methamphetamine, opium, THC, nicotine, caffeine, sugar, salt, gambling, frugality, spending, lying, stealing, thrill-seeking, recreation, television, eating, dieting, sex, work, exercise, reconstructive surgery, daydreaming, politics, religion, relationships, or unrestrained Digital-Age technology, they’re usually in denial.

    Your addiction to your cellphones and smartphones is the most pervasive and destructive addiction in world history. You’re in complete denial about it–and governments, at all levels, and corporations, at all levels, are not only denying your addiction, they are actually encouraging it.

    Every single goddamned corporation in the United States is constantly pushing you to get new apps. Every single agency of the goddamned federal, state, and local governments in the United States is constantly pushing you to get new apps. Your government and your corporations, at all levels, are nothing but drug pushers. And you are giving your hearts, minds, and souls–not to the pushers, but to the drugs they’re pushing–your cellphones and smartphones.

    That’s why your cellphones and smartphones are the worst inventions in human history–they are the most addictive and destructive drugs in human history.

    They are your gods–because you let them be.

    Many of you cellphone and smartphone users–and all users are addicts to some degree–have told me you have to have cellphones and smartphones for your jobs. If this is the case, you need to get new jobs. Many of you have also told me you weren’t aware that landline phones were still available. I can assure you they are–at least in the United States. We have them ourselves–they’re the only phones we have, and the only phones we need. Many of you have told me that you’ve always needed cellphones and smartphones–and that you cannot imagine how anyone got along without a cellphone or smartphone in the past. We got along fine without cellphones and smartphones. If we hadn’t have gotten along fine without cellphones and smartphones, you wouldn’t even have been conceived and born to make such a ridiculous assertion as that. Many of you have even claimed that cellphones and smartphones are less expensive than landline phones. Wrong again. Landline phones themselves are cheaper than ever–so cheap that we need not even bother buying new batteries for them–we just get brand new phones. And digital landline phone service is less expensive than digital cable television service and high-speed digital Internet service.

    The fact is you have no excuses.

    We are goddamned sick of you cellphone and smartphone users endangering our lives by using your cellphones and smartphones while driving.

    And we are goddamned sick of you cellphone and smartphone users refusing to acknowledge our existence–and even getting in our way, on a constant basis, at supermarkets, coffeehouses, and everywhere else we go.

    You have no idea how much we take offense at your cold behavior.

    We hate your goddamned guts.

    We want to see how far we can cram your cellphones and smartphones down your throats–and how quickly we can choke you bastards to death with your goddamned cellphones and smartphones.

    That’s how much we hate you.

    Because that’s how much you provoke us to hate you, whenever you use your goddamned cellphones and smartphones in our presence.

    Every one of you cellphone users and smartphone users is an addict, to some degree. And most of you are addicted as hell to your Digital-Age pacifiers. They truly are your little gods that you carry around with you everywhere you go–your little gods that remove you from your neighbors–and from your Creator, your Source.

    And all you have to do to break your addiction is get rid of the Digital-Age drugs to which you’re addicted–and get landline phones again.

    It really is that simple.


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