This is going to sound strange to some of you, and if you do not buy into it, that is fine. But I swear, as hard as it is to say it this is true. (I am not making this up …well most of it anyway)
We are in China-World, Cup Cake and myself, and we are standing in the home appliance section, she is looking for this waffle-looking-cooking deal and I am as usual, bored out of my skull.
Then I see him, standing there with his wrist up to his mouth. I start to wonder, “What in the world is this clown up to?” and I note that he is also “talking into his wrist that he is holding up to his mouth” which intrigues me even more. What in the —- is going on? Having just recently accepted “Blue Tooth” talkers into my world, now I have a new technological marvel to deal with.
Slowly I move from the no-stick-waffle-looking-cooking deal to a advantageous spot a little closer to Mr. Electronic Space Cadet. Sure enough, he has attached to his wrist, I am not making this up, a wrist-watch telephone and he is talking on it! Shades of Dick Tracy, the phone of the past, is now here. I simply cannot believe it.
As I am of the school of thought “that one must adapt to new things, take what is current and apply this to your life and put it to good use.” An appliance such as this, used in a practical and confident matter could be a useful tool in society.
For instance: A fighter pilot walks into a bar and takes a seat next to a very attractive woman. He gives her a quick glance then casually looks at his new Apple watch for a moment. The woman notices this and asks, “Is your date late in showing up?“
“No,” he replies, “I just got this state-of-the-art Apple wrist-watch, and I was just testing it.” The intrigued woman says, “A state-of-the-art watch? What’s so special about it?” The pilot says, “It uses alpha waves to talk to me telepathically.”
The lady says, “What’s it telling you now?” He replies “Well, it says you’re not wearing any panties.” The woman giggles and replies, “Well it must be broken because I am wearing panties!”
The fighter pilot smirks, taps his watch and says, “Dog-gone thing’s an hour fast.”
And that, my friends… is confidence and a practical illustration of using new technologies in a positive manner.