Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler for August 29, 2023

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    Superfrog  8 months ago

    There’s an app for that?

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    ArcticFox Premium Member 8 months ago

    So I guess walking the phone has now eclipsed walking the dog. Oh well. At least you don’t have to pick up poops.

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    Ubintold  8 months ago

    Without leashes yer.

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    sandpiper  8 months ago

    Is there a first aid site in view? All that eyes on-the-screen activity virtually guarantees a bump or two or a stumble.

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    Imagine  8 months ago

    I hope they are on leashes. And that they clean up after them.

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 8 months ago

    Better than sitting inside without them.

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    purepaul  8 months ago

    Thirty years ago, when you saw a person talking loudly with no one there, you knew they’d flipped out. Now they look normal but maybe annoying.

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    mfoldude Premium Member 8 months ago

    There was a time… Hold that thought, I just got a call.

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    ladykat  8 months ago

    As opposed to walking their dogs?

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    dflak  8 months ago

    I always walk with my phone in the morning. I wear a bright-yellow “construction vest.” It is not only visible, it has pockets where I have my mask, hand sanitizer, glasses, flashlight, paper towels (runny nose in cold weather), and phone. On the outside pocket (clear plastic) is a self-made ID card that has my wife’s contact information, doctor’s name, allergies (one), blood type, and medications.

    The phone is an emergency piece of equipment. I also loaded an app designed for parents to track their kids. My wife is usually asleep when I go out to walk. This way, she can see where I am when she gets up. At age 74, she needs to track me so I don’t get lost.

    She will usually “ping” me with an “I love you” message when she gets up. That tells me that she’s OK too.

    I also get pinged when she leaves work and arrives at home. I often meet her at the door with a glass of wine.

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    OddGobb  8 months ago

    The phone walkers friend. https://www.gocomics (DOT) com/compu-toon/2023/08/29?ct=v&cti=2436543

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    LeftCoastBoomer Premium Member 8 months ago

    We see more of that during the day. In the evening we see couples out for a walk :-)

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    nostall  8 months ago

    Ain’t it the truth!

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    T...  8 months ago

    Brilliant! Absolutely clever! And funny. I always forget great art too!

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    waltermgm  8 months ago

    At least they’re out.

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    Ikesmum   8 months ago

    If I’m walking alone, my phone’s probably playing an audiobook. If walking with my husband, I’m talking with him and the phone is often at home. I think having the phone provides a sense of security for a woman walking alone, but some folks just have to be talking to someone all the time.

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