The Return of the Cone of Silence

Get Smart. No, really, I mean it.

And about time, too. I’m tired of listening to the technologically besotted as they totter hither and yon, chattering boisteriously with their invisible friends. Send them to Coventry.

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6 Responses to “The Return of the Cone of Silence”

  1. Pat O'Brien Says:

    I guess they are all famous and gifted brain surgeons. They must be available 24/7 to save one more life by describing the delicate path of cranial nerve number 4 through the venous sinus cavity. Not! Just an endless supply of toro poo poo that they love to hear themselves spew. I wish I could see one of these cell phone addicts walk into a light pole and ring it like Big Ben. I know, compassion is one of the three treasures.

  2. Mark Rothschild Says:


  3. SO Says:

    $16k for a sound proof box? And the buggers think they’re geniuses for inventing a phone booth?

    Going to spray paint the fridge box in our basement, line in with split egg cartons, and sell it for only $8,000.

  4. Dale Says:

    The S.M.A.R.T booth may have been the inspiration for Mr. Pruitt’s communication isolation chamber at EPA.

    • B Lester Says:

      From a completely unrelated angle, as was a wee lad, but I thought that the Man From U.N.C.L.E. and Get Smart were totally the best, albeit for vastly different reasons. Long live Illya Kuriakin…..

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