Trapped in phone
Daddy is trapped inside the phone
There isn’t a day that goes by when we aren’t using technology in any way, shape, or form. Now, the above portrays a fairly ordinary day in my life. According to CNN, people send an average of 60 text messages a day (guess I had a busy day today!). My technological use seldom draws my attention. It’s usually as basic and important as breathing or blinking in my life! But on Friday, I drove the long distance to Lake Lure, North Carolina, for my best friend’s wedding. The trip took about 7 hours, and as we neared the 6-hour mark, my mobile coverage began to deteriorate. My iPhone map changed to a grid, and I knew I couldn’t get to my destination without it (I quickly thought on my feet and took a screen shot of the directions in list form).
Having two days in a row where technology played a very different role has made me realize how much energy we waste on unproductive activities. I’m going to restrict the amount of time I spend on technology and be more intentional about the moments I’m in as I move forward into tomorrow. To live, work, and lead in harmony with who I want to be, I must live in the moment and be aware of being present.
Man trapped in a telephone booth
That is a short film, not a movie. And I believe it’s all about the environment that surrounds it, being stuck in something mundane like a phone booth, and then escalating before you know your fate… I’m well aware that the universe’s responses are abysmal.
I once had it explained to me that the mountain cave they are taken to is a metaphor for the place where Franco ‘disappeared’ people during his reign, so it may be a comment on Franco’s reign in Spain.
It’s been a long time since I saw this on TV, but I don’t recall there being any indication that the phone boxes were used to lure people. They seemed to be badly built, as the door became stuck and could not be opened on occasion… The emergency services tried for a long time and failed to open the booth, so they simply took it away and tossed it in with the others. The idea that it’s an allegory of Spanish culture before and after Franco’s dictatorship is intriguing, but the film stands alone as a terrifying horror tale. I only saw it once, but it left an indelible impression on me.
My friend is trapped in a phone creepypasta
Is it possible to trap your friends inside your phone? Yeah, indeed! It’s as if they’ve been trapped there for a long time and are attempting to escape. What exactly do you require? A mobile, a piece of glass (a window or a car might work! ), and a gang of wacky pals!
You can take pictures of your mates with their faces pressed against windows, whether it’s your window or your car’s windshield. After that, link those pictures to your phone contacts. Grats! They’ll appear to be stuck inside your phone now!
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Trapped in technology – phone rage (ep #3)
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