Tuesday, February 24, 2009

PILOT TO BOMBADIER ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!


Pilot to Bombadier ... Pilot to Bombadier: An influx of Zombie-like-Caffeine Addicts wearing headphones landed in our midst at 7th and Montana this morning ... and it was enough to practically turn Our Favorite Starbucks into an Airplane Cockpit. Take the woman pictured above. She buzzed her way through the line, to the cashier and espresso counter, loudly yakking into her headset the whole time like she was coming in for an emergency landing. Then there's the father pictured below, a high-flyer who spent the morning barking orders to an Invisible Flight Crew while ignoring his son. Come on, guys, wake-up and smell the Frappuccino. Life's too short to spend it babbling like a loon...!

10 comments:

emikk said...

they should be made to take off their shoes and go through a metal detector to get in starbucks there.

Sonya said...

Hey looks like that 2nd dude was "on to ya". lol He was looking right at you!

Beth said...

I remember the first time I saw a guy in an airport with a Bluetooth. Ken and I joked about how we should ask him, "Are you from the Fuuuuuture?" I know they're handy for a lot of people, but WOW, I find them irritating!

B.

Indigo said...

Sometimes I want to shake these people and ask , "What ever did our parents do going somewhere without having a phone nearby?" You would think it was a lifeline. (Hugs)Indigo

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Resistance is Futile :o)

garnett109 said...

looks like the bob newheart show , larry , darryl and his other brother darryl

Kattytrick said...

I don't know about you, but to me when someone is walking around talking to thin air, It makes me think "Schizophrenia"!

RennyPenny said...

lol i like it when you think they are talking to you and you answer them and they look at you like you're the one talking to yourself...

:D

Lynne said...

I can't stand ear pieces and head sets. I think they are nuisance conveniences. It really brings new meaning to never leaving work at work these days. No one takes a break from work, socializing, etc. No wonder everyone is so stressed out, lol.

Mark and Elayne said...

Sonya'r right, the second man was looking right at you.