Well, everyday I have no network or can't call lout for about 5 minutes. I am technology challenged so I thought at first it was me. I can't dial, I blame the phone as I have been since I bought the damn thing, then I walk and I watch. I see all the Torontonians on their cells, working hard. I create these pretend conversations, i.e. "gotta close that deal, going to check my blackberry emails and send that contract or written consent to you to close the deal and make tons of money. I like Money. I like to work and work hard all the time even after I left work. Money money money, gotta make the money."
I came to the conclusion that too many people are clogging up the network. (nevermind my terms for whatever happens.) Too many people still working and calling at the same time. So while I may have an emergency or just want to shout out to my peeps, I can't because they continue to work. I am not making this shit up. I ease drop and listen.
The suits and the cells and the people just walk and don't appreciate the surroundings. Regardless of the same street and door I walked out of everyday for three years in Montreal, when I walked out I would smell the air, walk around the same unfixed broken sidewalk and appreciated the store windows, if they were changed, updated, laugh or love the clothes, watch people, see what they were drinking and talking about. Alot of that doesn't happen here, everyone stays in their own world, the bubble as I call it. So I watch, I listen and I will continue to enjoy the same street, same stores and all the little things. You can learn alot about a city just by watching.