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Ariella
Ariella
12/19/2017 2:00:01 PM
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@Michelle yes, why not? I thought there's some episode in which the two race, but certainly Superman should be very fast.

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Michelle
Michelle
12/19/2017 1:54:16 PM
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If he's as fast as The Flash he may not need a booth of any kind to change. No privacy needed if the human eye can't even detect your presence. :) 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
12/18/2017 10:31:29 PM
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@elizabethv: FWIW, most everybody tends to talk louder into the phone and other devices. It's a natural and common phenomenon that has been noted by the medical community.

In any case, I suspect that the next step of such a tool (whether used to keep your privacy or to shield yourself from others) would be for the shield device (tent or otherwise) to deliver ads to you. You'd be forced to choose which material you wanted to be exposed to -- that of your colleagues or that of advertisers who want to sell things to you.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
12/18/2017 10:29:11 PM
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@Michelle: Considering the trend of people using speakerphone, not sure about how well this idea would take off. At the least, you wouldn't be protecting your privacy so much as you'd be shielding yourself from the sharing of others.

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faryl
faryl
12/16/2017 6:25:06 PM
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Iím the same. To such an extent that my phone conversations dropped to pretty much zero when I was living with someone. I donít like talking on the phone when Iím driving, so alone at home is pretty much my only phone time. (The upside is most of my friends will answer the phone when I do call; since they assume it must be something serious!)

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Ariella
Ariella
12/14/2017 12:36:52 PM
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@elizabethv that would be useful. Hey, if Wonder Woman can have an invisible plane, why can't Superman have a robe that renders him invisible?

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afwriter
afwriter
12/14/2017 11:06:25 AM
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I appreciate it Joe, as you well know it's a tough competition. I am always humbled (but freakin' excited) to place.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/14/2017 8:54:54 AM
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@Ariella - I'd seen this television special that talked about an invisible robe the military was working on inventing that used hundreds of tiny cameras that played a live feed onto hundreds of tiny screens all over the suit. Maybe he'd develop a suit like that so he could change today. Lol

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Ariella
Ariella
12/13/2017 2:08:54 PM
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@Michelle LOL I'd guess he'd need something --a s most phone booths have been eliminated. That was even a problem he had back in the 20th Century, as I recall from one of themovies. Perhaps he'd adopt a high tech solution now like a screen of invisibility or an AR projection to allow him to change in privacy.

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Michelle
Michelle
12/13/2017 1:56:31 PM
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I can get behind that!! 

The pop up changing tent is a very interesting concept. Is this what modern-day superman would carry in his messenger bag?

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