I think they ought to cut that out and display it in a museum.
The image of the cell phone is an oldie.
It is amusing to watch a movie from a few years back and they are using a phone like that just as if it was the neatest thing to have.
It's hard to remember how big they were!
This is hilarious! And I like the sign... it looks like it says dragable phones, which is pretty much what you'd have to do with a thing so big!
5 star hotels or phones?
Ha ha.. Youth may not know what is in the image, it is good that there is also a word "telephone".
It's a brick.
Building of hotels and remodeling of hospitals both seem to be going on everywhere.
Now that is an old one!
It really is a big one. I hope it gets preserved.
I remember how heavy those things were. Looks like the Batphone.Who pays for all these five-star hotels? Not us. We hope to get to Amsterdam late next summer and we are thinking Air B&B.
They could have changed the graphics for a more updated version of the phone.Frankly My Dear
Wow, a real throwback to remember what cell phones once looked like. But yes, talk about priorities. Every day on my bike ride home I pass an old school building that was sold to a private developer to make apartments - and the city of NY consistently maintains it can't build new schools because there's nowhere to build...