Wednesday, February 4, 2009

ABC Wednesday - C for conversations

Am running in the marathon now. Can we discuss this later?
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37 comments:

  1. I see them in Waikiki all the time, all saying the same thing: "I'm in Waikiki right now."
    Nice to stay in touch, but I think these folks never really enter the places they visit. they look as on a TV and talk to the same people they do everyday . . . . Aloha-

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  2. This is so funny, good catch.

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  3. It is a great catch! What did people do without cell phones??? Love your humor.

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  4. I must admit I envy someone who can both run and talk at the same time! Great capture!!

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  5. A funny commentary on your picture!!

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  6. When they start the race, they should make an announcement like they do at the begining of concers to silence your cell phone. Maybe something like: "On your mark, get set, cell phones off, go!"

    My guess is that this was not near the end of the marathon, otherwise the runner would be too close to being out of breath.

    Next time, the runner should just leave a voice mail message on the cell phone saying they they were running a marathon and to leave a message and get a call back.

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  7. Hahahaha. C is also for comic situation ;)

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  8. surprenant, je me demande comment elle fait pour courir et répondre au téléphone portable. Bravo pour la photo.

    Surprisingly, I wonder how it is to run and answer the phone. Bravo pour la photo.

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  9. Interesting! the picture and also how you managed to capture it

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  10. An excellent comment on modern life..

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  11. Good photo! Great caption! fantastic humor;)

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  12. Lovely shot. People in the background are as interesting!

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  13. Very funny capture and subtitle too! :-)

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  14. Hee-hee. They say you should be able to talk as you run - guess she proved the point. I like the guy looking at her thinking "Say what?". Love the photo, magiceye.

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  15. Very funny! I guess people will talk on the phone no matter what!

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  16. Great capture... so funny...I am in a family of runners but I haven't seen this in a race yet!

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  17. Now that's something you don't see every day! I wonder what was so important?

    Very cool shot... I never seem to have a camera at moments like this!

    (PS: If you happen to run into Urmila ji today, do wish her happy birthday for me okay?)

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  18. I don't believe it! How can anyone run a marathon and chat on the phone at the same time? Great catch!

    Thanks for your entry.

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  19. Oh, this shows the popularity of cell phones and how they keep us connected!

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  20. Nice capture and choice for the letter.

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  21. Your text made me laugh! I'd be too out of breath to talk!

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  22. Very funny. Some people just can't live without their cel phones.

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  23. D'star and I had a good chuckle over this one. It is the man looking at her that makes it.

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  24. Some people make phone calls more often than I check my email!

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  25. Haha! Makes a change from 'I'm on the train', I suppose!

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  26. Too funny. I can't imagine having enough oxygen to be able to run a marathon and talk on the phone at the same time.

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  27. I imagine she must have actually said that. No.896 looks amused by it all!

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  28. When they start the race, they should make an announcement like they do at the begining of concers to silence your cell phone. Maybe something like: "On your mark, get set, cell phones off, go!"

    My guess is that this was not near the end of the marathon, otherwise the runner would be too close to being out of breath.

    Next time, the runner should just leave a voice mail message on the cell phone saying they they were running a marathon and to leave a message and get a call back.

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