When You Try to Get Away

There’s a downside to getting service everywhere.

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21 Responses to When You Try to Get Away

  1. My main reason for not having a cellphone! I don’t WANT to be accessible anywhere!

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  2. Michelle Gillies says:

    Heheheheheh! We have all had that happen. It’s a good thing they have an off button.

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  3. sj says:

    Hee! I giggled at your pocket vibrating.

    BTW, I LOVE that your dress has pockets. 😉

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  4. Wow, I don’t even get reception inside my own house half the time.

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  5. Anne Schilde says:

    This is awesome, Rae! The shot with you on the mountain top is fabulously serene.

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  6. Paula Turner says:

    Thanks for the regular giggles…I have nominated you for an Inspiring Blog award.
    http://pturnermoments.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/inspiration/

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  7. Tell everyone you won’t text back because it costs money, and you’ll be freed of any texts…
    …and contact.

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  8. Olletron says:

    Buahah I’ve escaped this! My phone hasn’t been on for months :> Sadly, this would apply to me with a laptop instead of a phone :<

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  9. timmer says:

    haha, love the enormity and detail of the first panel. It makes for a nice ‘visual punchline (this may be a term that I just made up)’ in the later panels.

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  10. Rob Rubin says:

    During my blogging hiatus, I became more addicted to Twitter. I need a rotary cell phone.

    PS – I’m coming out of hiatus tomorrow.

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  11. asoulwalker says:

    So I was above ten thousand feet a couple of days ago and I discovered an interesting thing. I had brought my cell phone because I had forgot a camera and needed to snap at least one or two pictures. I was at my high point and I took out my phone to take said photos when I noticed a new (to me) symbol on my phone. It turns out that I could make 911 calls and nothing else where I was. Who knew?

    Oh, and I love this one by the way.

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  12. underwhelmer says:

    The end will come through the iPhone conduit. Why does a phone work everywhere if it wasn’t designed to enslave humanity? Answer me that.

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