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Monday, August 15, 2016

MOSTLY CHURCH

Question Of The Week 8-15-16

Have you ever had  your cell phone ring at an embarrassing moment?  When/where?

Blogger Changes in the wind said...
During a funeral...
8:34 AM
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Blogger Kailani said...
If I have, and I probably have, for the life of me right at this moment, I can't recall it. Probably just faulty memory, not phone sainthood. LOL
10:07 AM
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Blogger cube said...
During class, at the doctor's office during an examination, but the public library was the worst.
12:00 PM
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Blogger Elephant's Child said...
Mine spends most of its life turned off, so no. No virtue, I just like to be out of contact with the world from time to time.
5:02 PM
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Blogger LL Cool Joe said...
I don't have a mobile phone,so no!!
5:17 PM
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Blogger Winifred said...
I'm not too bad at switching the sound down when I need to the problem is I forget to switch it back on. That's OK as long as I can remember where the phone is. No chance then of ringing to find it!
5:50 PM
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Blogger Birdie said...
I don't have a cell phone.
10:30 PM
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Blogger River said...
No. If I remember to take it with me at all, I'll turn it off when entering the cinema.
11:51 PM
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Blogger Brig said...
Not that I can remember, I have it turned down or off most of the time...
12:24 AM
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Blogger Lee said...
I don't have a cell/mobile phone. I have no need for one. My landline is more than enough for me.
12:55 AM

Blogger Barb said...
I like these comments! Half the time, I turn my sound off and forget to put it back on!
2:13 PM
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Blogger Lynn said...
I keep it on silent so much that I miss most calls because of that. I don't think I've had an embarrassing moment like that. But I truly hate it when people's phones go off at the movie theater. One guy never would switch it off - it had that Lone Ranger music when it rang. He was behind me when exiting the building and it went off. I did the slow turn to give him an evil look, but he was cheerfully telling someone how he had just been at a movie and that was why he hadn't answered before. :)
2:24 PM
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Blogger Lisa said...
At a company event. I was standing by the CCO while the CEO was speaking. The CCO heard my phone, I did not.
4:31 PM
 Blogger G. B. Miller said...
I've been fortunate over the years that it never happened to me. I've gone entire work days though, without realizing that my phone was off until it was time to go home.

Father Nature's Corner
5:09 AM
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16 comments:

  1. If I have, and I probably have, for the life of me right at this moment, I can't recall it. Probably just faulty memory, not phone sainthood. LOL

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  2. During class, at the doctor's office during an examination, but the public library was the worst.

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  3. Mine spends most of its life turned off, so no. No virtue, I just like to be out of contact with the world from time to time.

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  4. I don't have a mobile phone,so no!!

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  5. I'm not too bad at switching the sound down when I need to the problem is I forget to switch it back on. That's OK as long as I can remember where the phone is. No chance then of ringing to find it!

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  6. I don't have a cell phone.

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  7. No. If I remember to take it with me at all, I'll turn it off when entering the cinema.

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  8. Not that I can remember, I have it turned down or off most of the time...

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  9. I don't have a cell/mobile phone. I have no need for one. My landline is more than enough for me.

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  10. I like these comments! Half the time, I turn my sound off and forget to put it back on!

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  11. I keep it on silent so much that I miss most calls because of that. I don't think I've had an embarrassing moment like that. But I truly hate it when people's phones go off at the movie theater. One guy never would switch it off - it had that Lone Ranger music when it rang. He was behind me when exiting the building and it went off. I did the slow turn to give him an evil look, but he was cheerfully telling someone how he had just been at a movie and that was why he hadn't answered before. :)

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  12. At a company event. I was standing by the CCO while the CEO was speaking. The CCO heard my phone, I did not.

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  13. I've been fortunate over the years that it never happened to me. I've gone entire work days though, without realizing that my phone was off until it was time to go home.

    Father Nature's Corner

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  14. I wish I had an interesting story but most of the time, I keep my ringer off.

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