Yup, great little piece. I came away with the impression that all three of you were more together and in control of your lives than all the frantic mobile talkers and texters.
I like having my cell, but I'm not married to it like I think most folks are nowadays. I tend to leave it in the car when I go shopping, for instance.
I can't imagine having one at this point. It looks like a pain in the ass. Truth is, I don't answer my home phone most of the time. I live on my terms. No one else's.
I was a little surprised that they saw relatively few people yakking away/texting on their phones at the traffic light. Seems like they are glued to almost everyone's head out here when they're on the road. Pretty scary when about 3/4 of your fellow motorists seem distracted with these damned things.
And I confirmed it with a policeman friend- it's legal to do all that shit in the car here.
Rocko, I just called your wallet and you didn't pick up.
What the fuck, dude?
Seriously, congrats on this! I just watched it and it was pretty damn cool.
I keep calling his wallet and getting guys named George, Hamilton, and Jackson. I am pretty sure I have the right number.
You gotta leave a message with McKinley. Google that shit, I'm paid.
That's awesome! I think you should wear a button now that says "As Seen on TV."
You know where I can get one? Because I would do that.