In Defense Of The Pay Phone

Without pay phones you [1] take away the ability for crazy homeless people to have pretend phone conversations, and [2] remove a potential canvas for some low-rank graffiti artist. I think that’s it, two things in defense of the pay phone.

2 Responses to “In Defense Of The Pay Phone”

  1. 1 mike molaro November 16, 2010 at 5:19 am

    teenage kids can no longer dial 1-800-F-Me-Somewhere-Nasty and listen to the operator talk dirty for the entirety of 15 seconds before they ask you to deposit money.

    it is a very shocking, hilarious, and knowledgeable 15 seconds for the youngster.



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