Can you live your life without the simple pleasures of a cell phone or a computer?
Do you think that life would be alo harder for all if we didnt have cell phones or computers?
Unfortunately I do not believe most of us could function without our cell phones. Years ago there were pay phones on street corners (at least in the cities). Now I cannot even leave the house unless I'm strapped!
i agree lol i have been living my life out of a computer and my cell i get all of my emails and what not on the go i remember when it was normal to use a payphone when i was little now you dont see them and if you do they dont function i and many others dont even talk on the phone anymore we resort to texting emailing or video chats it seems alot more convenient that way i know i couldnt live without it
I cannot imagine my life without my computer or cell phone!!! It's become a necessity to have my cell phone when I'm going out on errands. You never know when a family emergency may arise. I can use the internet for informational purposes as well as entertainment. Years ago before computers and cell phones, we all had to live without these items and had to use what was available to us at that time. We have come a long way. The use of these items make life easier and convenient.
Going without a computer would take some adjustment since my work and recreation tend to revolve around it.
However, I could go without my cell phone just fine. It's nice to have on occasion, but it isn't even close to being a necessity. With a computer, I could quite easily go without a phone and only suffer minor inconveniences.
I really don't care about the phone, there are days when I want to be quiet and keep the phone switched off.. There are times I do not switch on the computer but those were the days before HP lol
I guess nothing is really hard for me.,.. I can do what I set my mind on most of the time
I think I could live without them. It isn't one of the basic necessities for life, you know. You won't die without it. It would even be healthier, because cellular phones and computers emit radiation, which can be really bad for your health. It's really bad how people are too dependent on technology. If that would all disappear one day, I bet most of us would become pretty useless.
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