you wouldn't agree with me on this.
Another poster posted a question about her seeing a poor little 3 yr old boy being beaten by his mother in a bathroom in a restaurant she was in with her small daughter and she wanted to know what we would have done but in the course of her question she commented that she didn't have a cell phone. I pointed out a concern about her not having a cellphone with her with a small child and low and behold...I've gotten 10 different shades of shit for it. I for one think that in this day and age, a cell phone is a necessity. One lady pointed out that if she broke down or anything she would just wait for someone to come by to ask for help...well...where I live, that's how people die and I also pointed out that the original poster could have called the police right then and there if she had had a cell phone.
Now, with the fact that you can get a FREE cell phone through lifelink.com, why was I wrong?
I personally think that a cell phone is about a crucial as my next breath...not for texting...not for talking with a bf or bff or so but most definately for an emergency...it's more important than a jack (which I don't know how to use BTW), don't you agree? If not, why?
Answer by spottedpony at 11:24 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
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Answer by letstalk747 at 10:47 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
I actually do agree but their have been many times I didn't have a phone in the past because I was struggling to pay the bill (thanks for the lifelink suggestion). It's something that's is very important and very useful but not everyone can afford one. Every one's circumstances are different. Was she wrong or irresponsible for not having one no...is it something that is very useful and important to have, yes.
Answer by Jenaiko01 at 10:52 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
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