Many people can recall a time when an answering machine seemed like the great, new big thing. What a perfect solution to getting in touch with someone, even if they happen to be out of the house and away from the phone. It was revolutionary for its time, and yet, we have already surpassed that era of technology. Plenty of people do not even own landline telephones anymore, and if you need a laugh, try asking a child to figure out how a rotary phone works. The thought of being tethered while you converse with someone seems archaic by now. And as times have changed to allow us to be connected at virtually any moment, answering machines also seem to be a thing of the past.
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