“I just hope my colonoscopy doctor, dentist and airplane pilot have not fallen victim to V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A.”
I… am…havng…hdemu… adifficulttme… writing this essay because I amtexting my wife about dinner as I amwrittttttttting.
Have you seen people texting while driving… with children in the car?
Have you had a family member, friend or business associate take non-emergency calls on a cell phone during dinner?
Do you know of people who are constantly Googling “something important” in the middle of a conversation?
The video screen texting cell phone multi-tasking activity (V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A.) happens everywhere.
I was silent as the nurse stared at her computer screen. I was in her office to talk about an important matter, not schedule a visit.
“Go ahead,” she said, eyes fixed upon the screen.
I was silent until I asked her to look at me while we we’re having our “talk.”
During a pick-up basketball game, a teen starts texting. Not during a time-out.
During a game.
A family of four were all on their phones, during dinner, at a local restaurant. I wonder if they went out to dinner to be with each other.
Perhaps V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A. is an uncontrollable biological urge… like breathing.
I’ve seen that V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A. is national.
It is a part of all socioeconomic, ethnic and racial groups.
I just hope that my colonoscopy doctor, dentist and airplane pilot have not fallen victim to V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A.
You can stop V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A.
It takes a man who has conviction of purpose and strong desire to not be a part of V.S.T.C.P.M.T.A.
Don’t do iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit.