|Who's closest to the phone book? I need you to look up a number.|
It wasn't that long ago that telephone booths were everywhere. The more people got cell phones, the more telephone booths disappeared. Though I know they are needed as much as they used to be, I kind of miss seeing them around. We turned off our home phone because there's no sense paying for a land-line when everyone in the household has their own cell phone. The world is ever changing. I don't miss the home phone that much, but I do kind of miss the old public phone booths. They are going-going-gone because they are no longer a need to have around.
There's this guy I know, Clark Kent, has been at a loss as of late because he used to use phone-booths for his quick change. Metropolis, like most American towns, have done away with them all together. It would be nice to have a phone booth, maybe re-purpose them for another use...maybe a book case, aquarium, shower stall or a time out room for a misbehaving child.