What would you do if it's gone?

India
May 10, 2007 10:41am CST
What would you do if the cell phone was banned from earth by our policy makers..
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8 responses
@SmokePiff (437)
• United States
13 May 07
if i had 2 get rid of my cell phone i would go insane i have a sidekick and i am insanely addicted 2 it. im not even sure i could go a whole day not touchin my phone
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• India
15 May 07
same here man, i can't live without my mobile
@iszo07 (473)
• Malaysia
11 May 07
The whole world would go crazy! And I'm not even surprise if there are some uprising and revolutions in some countries :) And I might be one of the leaders :)
• India
11 May 07
whoa ho..that's a good one.
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• United States
10 May 07
well the only thing is, i'd feel a little insecure when im out and about. i dont talk on my cell phone alot, so i wouldnt kill over and die with out it, but i like knowing that i have a way to call someone if im in trouble while driving or if i get lost or something like that. what about you?
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• India
11 May 07
I have to admit that i am very much dependent on the mobile wherever i go, so i would be very much dependent on it.
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@vamisola (906)
• Australia
11 May 07
hmm...that will be so hard. Mobile phone is so important for all of us. Contacting whoever when we'r out..etc..etc. But, if it will be banned, then, there's nothing we can do, home phone will be more useful or voip or any internet phone.
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• United States
13 May 07
I don't know what I would do. I think I would lose it. I'm addicted to it and I need to bring it everywhere I go. It makes me feel secure when i'm driving and out & about because I know that I have it in case of an emergency. Plus I love to talk on it. hehehe
• United States
13 May 07
Yes we know Melissa...how the heck do you drive & talk on the phone at the same time??? I cannot do that im too paranoid of a person i feel like ima get deep into a conversation and forget about my driving..LMAO!
• India
15 May 07
Isn't driving and talking dangerous.
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• United States
18 May 07
LOL. OK, you might not believe me but I feel like I could concentrate better when i'm talking on the phone. I talk on the phone about 90% of the time while i'm driving. I hope you all don't think i'm reckless. I really do drive good when i'm on the phone.
• India
20 May 07
We canno't answer for some questions till it happen.One day in the future the sun will have been compleately burnt and there will not have any light in the world.In the absence of heat will freeze.Since we are humans we will change our life style and will devolope new technologies.Then in the future students may study as "Once there was a huge burning sphere called SUN".Instead of cellphones we can use harm radios.
• India
22 May 07
That's a nice point of veiw..
@Gorgeous24 (1091)
• United States
13 May 07
I would also go insane..I NEED MY CELL PHONE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY!!! well thats what i told myself when i first got it thats all i wa gonna use it for but now i use it to email, instant message, text my freinds, oh and to sometimes.
• India
15 May 07
The mobile phone has evolved 2 day to something more than just a thing for making calls.
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@Dumpertaker (1188)
18 May 07
I'll be perfectly honest and say this would not affect me in any way at all. Yes, I do have a mobile phone, and yes I do use it regularly, but I coped before without one so I'm pretty sure I could cope without again.