Why text people when you can still call them up and talk to them on the phone?

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Dallas, Texas
December 17, 2016 8:41am CST
Something up close and personal about a phone conversation that is far more real and effective and human than just texting them on your device. Here is an excellent article I just came across. Give it a read. You will begin to better understand what I am about in this particular discussion. From Town and Country Magazine online:
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@fishtiger58 (30304)
• Momence, Illinois
17 Dec
I hate texting. My sons prefer it, which I will never understand. They never answer the phone. I have heard this from a lot of people that the young folks rather text.
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• Dallas, Texas
17 Dec
That is mainly why I just hate cell phones.
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@fishtiger58 (30304)
• Momence, Illinois
18 Dec
@lookatdesktop I so agree
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@PainsOnSlate (19021)
• Canada
18 Dec
The only reason I text is because its free.... the phone call is not free.
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• Dallas, Texas
18 Dec
In this case there is a good reason to do that.
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@JohnRoberts (38984)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Dec
I have thought that question many a time about young people. There's the visual joke of two young people sitting next to each on a couch texting to each other.
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• Dallas, Texas
17 Dec
Like the image I see of two classmates exchanging love notes. lol