Subscribe: Comments on ....the world's leading....: "Mobiles not very important"...says Carphone Ware...
http://theworldsleading.blogspot.com/feeds/34540095750298131/comments/default
Added By: Feedage Forager Feedage Grade B rated
Language: English
Tags:
anonymous assure  assure emergencies  assure  busy  car  emergencies screamed  mobile phones  mobile  people  phone  phones  quote  research 
Rate this Feed
Rate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feed
Rate this feed 1 starRate this feed 2 starRate this feed 3 starRate this feed 4 starRate this feed 5 star

Comments (0)

Feed Details and Statistics Feed Statistics
Preview: Comments on ....the world's leading....: "Mobiles not very important"...says Carphone Ware...

Comments on ....the world's leading....:





Updated: 2017-11-27T18:37:16.648+00:00

 



Funny how so many people like to have a rant about...

2007-06-24T22:34:00.000+01:00

Funny how so many people like to have a rant about mobile phones but everyone has one. Ultimately to get things such as sex, alcohol etc mobile phones play a significant role. It's a lot easier to 'hook up' or meet up with mates with the convenience of moby. How about we stop whingeing and just accept mobiles are here to stay.



Anonymous 12.02 said:"...I can assure you 90% of "...

2007-06-22T15:04:00.000+01:00

Anonymous 12.02 said:

"...I can assure you 90% of "PR EMERGENCIES" screamed into my mobile when I am busy are tripe"

If you were the editor of "Offal Weekly" those phone calls would be pretty relevant.



1) Research is pants. But agency bosses wheeled i...

2007-06-22T12:02:00.000+01:00

1) Research is pants. But agency bosses wheeled into important planning meetings can think of nothing else. Yawnsome.

2) Mobile phones are becoming increasingly pants. Yeah I wanna text when I need to, but don't phone me, like, ever. If I am not at my desk or at home I am probably busy. Old fashioned thinking perhaps, but I can assure you 90% of "PR EMERGENCIES" screamed into my mobile when I am busy are tripe.

3) Other people's mobile phones are even worse... last night when walking swiftly, keen not to be late I practically tripped over no less than 5 people, meandering around the pavement either texting or chatting. ITS RUSH HOUR PEOPLE... YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO RUSH!

Rant over.



their office at park royal looks a lot like a ware...

2007-06-21T20:20:00.000+01:00

their office at park royal looks a lot like a warehouse.

my statistical sample of one person (me) confirms, i hate mobile phones. i hate phones in general. i want to go back to snail mail and carrier pigeons. but i am 40 years old.

my list:
- Sex
- Alcohol
- Coffee
- Tea
- Chocolate
...50,000 more important items in between then ...
- Mobile friggin goddam annoying pigdog phone
- Death



no warehouses either

2007-06-21T17:42:00.000+01:00

no warehouses either



no mention of 'car phones' then. Try going into C...

2007-06-21T16:34:00.000+01:00

no mention of 'car phones' then. Try going into Carphone Warehouse and asking for a car phone. See what the monkey behind the counter says....



As we all know, an indepedent survey can confirm, ...

2007-06-21T16:32:00.000+01:00

As we all know, an indepedent survey can confirm, refute, highlight or downplay anything you want it to. Vic Reeves is often credited with the quote that 87.5 % of statistics are made up on the spot. You can quote A. Nonymous with the quote that "Any press release quoting independent research on behalf of a commercial organisation is complete and utter bullshit."

So why does the media continue to cover these polls, surveys and studies even though the findings are so spurious? Because Joe Public has been weaned on Big Brother, X-Factor, 100 Best Celeb Moments etc, shit for the past 10 years and doesn't give a fuck about whether a story is based on hard evidence or fact.

And while this sun still shines on the simpletons, PR agencies - such as the one that did the Carphone Warehouse research - will continue to make hay. And as I work for one of em, long may it continue.

Britain's Got Talent? Roll on the second series, 100 Best Celebrity Cancers? Commission it now, So You Wanna Be The Next George Michael? I'll be on Clapham Common with a bifter in my hand quicker than you can say "Careless Whisper"