You'd think that the effort put into organizing the National Texting Championships, prize money, etc. could all be put to better use. I mean, this hardly seems newsworthy and I was slightly pissed off when it was the feature of the news program we watch in our high school.
I mean honestly - who cares?
So she can text fast. Wow. I'm amazed.
This is CLEARLY more important that, I don't know, genocide in Darfur.
very intresting but I don't see what the big deel is that she knows how tosend atextmessage lotsof people can do that also lol.
Hey, anything is a talent guys. I can do that flippy crap with cards, I can do a rubks cube in less than 2 minutes, and I can drink 12 liters of Sunkist in about four minutes. They're useless, but there are still contests for these things.
I thought I was cynical at times, but it apperars as if y'all are knocking on something just becuase it's something you don't care about. Some people say 'Who cares about genocide in Dafur' (but, luckily, thsoe kinds of people are to apathetic to be on frihost), and they'd have just as much of a point as you guys.
Whatever happened to talking to people on the phone. Now people just text others and now they even have texting competitions. Though I wish I couold have won $25000.
Oh man... I wish I was that lucky. I could really use that money.... I got $3 to my name!!! SUCKS!
Wow, was it a text message? Was it the speed she typed it at? Just goes to show how technology-frenzy we are getting as a whole society. I'm not suprised at this.
Yeah it shows that the little Morgan is an addict of phone. Nowadays it is something popular that at tender age you get a mobile as a gift. This is called spoiling.
type a text message on a cellphone,champion the winner.
Do not know the competition organizers of the real meaning of what
It just doesn't worth for a 13yrs girl,higher bonuses to the winners run is not necessarily a good thing, is how to use it
More and more children in this age group are spending most of their time texting each other. I know a 13 year old who spends many hours texting every day. It's possible for people to spend over 8 hours a day texting each other.
This girl may be the fastest in the competition, but there are bound to be more like her out there. Texting already has its own 'language' and some people can SMS a reply very quickly. I suppose we're dealing with the "mobile generation" now!
Money that could have gone to charity or scholarships!!
How much quicker could she have transmitted the message by making a traditional phone call? I'm sure I could have told the person what I wanted to say and received a response in a quarter of the time...