New Study I Made Up Finds Letting Incoming Calls Go to Voicemail Won’t Stop World From Turning

Modern Manners For New & Changing Digital Millenia…

Next Time: The Downfall of the Handshake, With Detailed ‘How To’

(We Seem to Have Forgotten Leaving Many With the ‘Soggy Bread, Flaccid Finger Shake’…shutter)

In the meantime, here is a flowchart highlighting results from the study, and may help you decide whether to answer your phone, or allow a call to go to voicemail so you can call text back at a possibly more appropriate time. This study comes from the University of Life and may be published in the Lancet–still waiting to hear back Screen Shot 2018-07-30 at 2.06.09 PM

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Health, Happiness, Sorry the Font Isn’t Bigger-I was limited. Party On.

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2 thoughts on “New Study I Made Up Finds Letting Incoming Calls Go to Voicemail Won’t Stop World From Turning

  1. What I can read, I loved! You put things so well. Is there a way for you to make the gray blocks easier to see? I swore off answering any number not in my contacts two years ago — life is so much more peaceful now. And, my credit is still fine, I still vote, and my house is still standing.

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    1. Gah I wish…the site I used and the space in the layout of the blog won’t allow me to make it bigger as a whole, but I’ll try to go back and make the font size bigger through the original site used to make the chart. Sorry…pain in the boo-tay. I’ll work on it ;)

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