#1
Trying to do some research for work.
Please take a second to answer and share if you would:
When was the last time you used a phone book? Help me out with this quick survey: https://goo.gl/forms/Ya2zmymGODacWAZp2
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#2

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
submitted
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#3

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
(This post was last modified: 02-17-2017, 09:34 PM by andrewjs18.)
just a rant...why are phone books delivered to every single house? I immediately toss them in my recycling bin when they're dropped on my door step. surely they could save money, time and labor by sending out a form so people could specify whether they want a phone book or not..
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#4

Member
Virginia
Good one. Submitted. The telephone book delivered yearly, local newspapers, and junk mail "thanks for giving me trash to throw out", also a waste of paper and ink.
#5

Member
Woodstock, VT
Submitted.

I think the only time USA Today is read these days is in hotel bathrooms around the country. Smile
#6
Done. Phone books...I remember when those were relevant. I think it was terminator 1 when Arnold found Sarah Conner through the phone book. That's when pay phones still existed to...

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#7

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
I used to keep a phone book around for 'just in case' scenarios, but I literally never opened it in years so I just toss them immediately now...such a waste.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#8

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(This post was last modified: 02-18-2017, 02:56 AM by Freddy.)
Submitted. I still use a phone book from time to time and definitely read a daily newspaper. (You mean people don't!?  Confused)
#9
I like the WSJ at work.

We don't get a phone book anymore. We get a big pile of ads with a mini business section. No residential numbers. I throw it away.

So many people, like me, don't even have a home phone anymore. If you don't have a land line, are you even listed in the book?

I can lookup a number straight from the dialer with my cell phone. 99% of the time I have numbers and addresses stored in my phone for people and businesses I already know too.
Shave yourself.
-Todd
#10

Member
Ferndale, MI
We don't even get phone books anymore. I didn't know they still made them.
- Jeff


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