Sign of the times. Visible evidence of our cell phone culture. San Francisco International Airport.

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One Response to Lots of phone stalls, but not many phones!

  1. That is funny as when I was at the airport, I noticed the same. At the San Diego airport, there is a booth to call but no one is ever there. My little kid was playing with it thinking it was a toy! It was one of those information lines that you call to find a hotel, etc.

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