Since my last post was a bit of a rant, I am on a roll so add another one today. Hopefully, having cleared my system a bit, I will return to the photography topics soon. Normal scheduled programming will resume!
I was waiting to board a flight the other day and the person next to me was on the phone. No great surprise there since the airport is full of people on the phone including me quite frequently. This person was doing something that I have noticed a few times of late. They were using the phone in speakerphone mode but holding it up to their head. They would speak directly into the phone and hold it back at an angle so that they could hear the message. Of course, that meant that the rest of us could hear it too.
Why would they not just hold the phone to their head and have a normal phone conversation in this situation? I readily accept that I may not have understood a set of circumstances that might make this the better way to use a phone but each time I have seen it I have been puzzled. It certainly is a nuisance to everyone else who has to hear the conversation whether they want to or not. Again, if you can explain this to me, please do leave a comment.