What are you talking about?

You speak the truth. If someone intends to take personal calls in public spaces, they should realize that their giving up their right to privacy. He/she might as well put speaker mode on so anyone wishing ear shot can hear the other half of the conversation, rather than tease everyone with half of a mental breakdown over the phone.

Convergent Media | Divergent Voices

There is always that one person that talks WAY to loud on the phone in public and you can hear everything they are saying to the other person. We try not listen because its rude and an invasion of privacy but when it comes to someone yelling at someone or responding in a way that may be interesting or entertaining to us, we can’t help but to listen. Since we can’t hear the other person on the other end of the phone call, we can only imagine what the conversation is really about. Why is the person mad that the other person? What did the other person say to get a response back like that? Sitting on the train, bus, sitting in a quiet area, even just walking on the street, people are talking on the phone everywhere. Asking people to lower it down or even put the phone away…

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