The Campaign For DA

2.01.2017

Our Phone Addiction, Me Included, Is A Horrible Problem


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

How about not putting your kid in daycare unless you have no other options?

I nicer car and bigger house is not a reason.

Triple Fake... said...

Yeah, everybody is a jerk. Yawn!

Scroll down the page and get to this story:
"A Morehouse College professor said New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's support of President Donald Trump is more "un-American" than San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem."
Well, I never thought the day would come when I did anything more than just begrudgingly admire "Patriot" Brady for his QB skills. But this a$$ may have just tipped the scales in Brady's favor, and not just for me. Isn't he basically saying that anybody who voted for Trump is un-American?

Anonymous said...

Amen.
Last Feb. went to Peru and Bolivia. Bolivia just to bicycle down the Yungas road and climb a 20,000 footer.
While descending the Yungas at one of the most treacherous spots the guide pointed out some new memorial items and said that two months before that a Japanese girl had a selfie stick and had been trying to manipulate the phone as to take the most dramatic shot overlooking a 4000 foot precipice- and y'all can guess the rest...........

Not Sam

Anonymous said...

Get off your phone...get off my lawn!

Triple Fake... said...

and another thing...

that professor is saying Brady is MORE "un-American" than Kaepernick, implying (inferring? whatever) there was some degree of un-Americanism to Kaepernick's actions. Would that make him the first liberal ever to admit it may have been unpatriotic to protest during the anthem?

Goober said...

Well, based upon the logic that I see here, I guess that definition makes Putin more American than either of the overpaid game players.

Anonymous said...

I think we found one of Triple Fake's triggers. He was so mad he couldn't even throw in an inaccurate movie quote!

Rage

Anonymous said...

Sign is in poor taste and is in poor judgment. That parent on the phone for a moment might well be completely and totally involved with their child once they get home.

Sam Brows said...

3:48 You are wrong on multiple levels.

Anonymous said...


As an elementary teacher I have tried to talk to parents about their child when they picked them up and they are on the phone even though signs plainly state to get off phones in school zones. Arggghhh!