If you've never watched the movie, read the book or heard the story of one Travis Walton who claims to have been abducted by aliens in the forest of North East Arizona, here's a link to it.
I won't ruin the story, but he was abducted, again supposedly, returned to earth a few days later and left nude in a phone booth in Heber Arizona, where he made a call to the authorities. I never understood his being nude, yet able to find the change for the phone, but hey, that's just me being a skeptic! On the other hand, my kids were up there this weekend trying to escape the oppressive heat of the Phoenix area and decided to stop by the infamous phone booth to make a call! I'll let you all decide for yourself, but I can tell you those youngsters loved the 'Alien'!
“So son, explain again exactly why there’s a stripper in your bedroom?"
"To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead."
I reckon if I was found naked in a phone booth, I'd have to come up with quite a story too.
"Supposin' I was to go to work and learn how to... to read writin'. Well, how'd I know that the feller that... that wrote the writin' was a writin' the writin' right? See it could be that he wrote the writin' all wrong. Here I'd be just a readin' wrong writin', don't ya see?"
I wonder where he was "holding" his change!
If I remember correctly, you could dial the operator without putting any change in the slot..... I think at least. Hard to remember, haven't seen or used a pay phone in a long time.
Do they even exist today?
'You can fool some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool mom....
I think you can dial 911 without any money, if you can find a phone booth. I wonder where Superman changes his clothes these days?
I'm Mr Bad Example, take a look at me.
I seldom watch movies anymore since they seldom follow the storyline of the book & get hollyweirdized. I was interested in a book until I saw the price... $137.65 for a paperback!
"He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment & buy one" Jesus - Luke 22:36
That looks like it was a wonderful time!
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