A psychiatrist is summoned to a prison to interview Albert Brock, a respectable businessman who went on a murderous rampage--against phones, computers, music players, and all the other electronic devices that fill the world with ceaseless noise and distraction. Written by
Did You Know?
Dr. Arnold Fellows
But the phone is useful, essential to all our lives, couldn't you adjust?
Why are we always adjusting to machines? They're like spoiled kids always making demands. We're adults, we should have control over them. And the telephone just sits there and demands to be used.
Features Bad Taste