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The good news is the Nature Folk Movement (NFM) is free.

On the other hand, running Nature Folk HQ incurs an cost.

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How much does it cost?

Let’s just say that broadcasting quality content promoting environmental awareness and outreach incurs a cost. To date, Nature Folk HQ had bootstrapped expenses out of its own pocket change. But to really take the programming to the next level? That will require supplemental funding. And that’s exactly why Guitar and everyone else here at Nature Folk HQ motioned to turn our endeavor into a 501(c)(3) recognized not-for-profit charitable organization.

Our goal?

To provide quality programming for bringing people into the Nature Folk Movement (NFM) fold. Our small request: If you can, consider donating to our cause. Every penny goes into supporting operational costs and improving the quality of programming. In the meanwhile, we’re beholden on featuring advertisements from The Boogie Phone who is sort of the antithesis of what we stand for here at Nature Folk HQ.

As always, thank you for stopping by,

Boogie Phone Pop Quiz
Test your knowledge

Boogie is concerned:

Yes, we all have phones, but are you using yours correctly?

Test your usage habits in the quiz below.

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  1. When is it appropriate to giddily text back and forth with someone? a. While driving on a multi-lane highwayb. In a meeting (as long as you pretend it’s “important business”) c. While someone else is trying to talk to you “in person” d. At the dinner table with your family e. All the above
  1. How often should you check your newsfeed? a. About every hour, so long as it’s a slow news day b. Whenever you pick up your phone c. Multiple times per hour d. Whenever you’re bored or unmotivated to do something else e. All of the above
  1. What’s your least favorite thing to do with your phone? a. Take a selfie b. Talk to a person c. Social media d. Contribute to Big Data e. Google search
  1. When should you not have your phone? a. Never b. At the dinner table c. While sleeping d. While exercising e. While swimming in the ocean

Answer key at the bottom

And remember, proper phone usage is a key to a happy and healthy life. That means putting the phone first (and sometimes even second) and everything else third, if not even fourth.

This public service announcement is brought to you by:

Answer Key 1e, 2e, 3b, 4a


1 Comment, via Twitter

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First off, I’d like to clear some things up.

Yes, it’s true: I am The Boogiephone. But I’m really not as bad as everyone says. By “everyone,” I mean whatever they’re saying on the internet.

More about me:

(1) Think of me as your most trusted advisor.

Or in other words, don’t ask a friend – ask me!

(2) In general, you should spend as much time with me as you can.

When you’re bored, pick me up.

(3) Think of me part friend and part hobby.

Over time I hope to convince you I’m your only friend and only hobby.


Now time for the quiz:

(1) How often should you clean your phone? (a) once a day, (b) as needed, (c) never, (d) at least once a year.

(2) How much time should you spend on your phone (per day)? (a) up to but not to exceed 24 hours, (b) all waking hours, (c) as much as possible, (d) all the above

(3) What’s the best place to get accurate news? (a) old-fashioned newspaper, (b) social media, (c) word of mouth, (d) AM radio, (e) search engine

(4) True or false: Reading from a book strains your eyes?

See answer key below.

Beware of The Boogiephone

In summary …

Over time I think you’ll truly come to see it my way.


Really, I’m just your everyday all-around average friendly phone. Nothing to hide. And nothing to fear. Sort of like a rotary phone (with teeth).

Yours truly and at your service,

Answer Key: 1c, 2d, 3b, 4t

Nature Folk TweetRoll
#BewareOfTheBoogiephone

After reading these tweets …

I think the message is pretty clear:

The good folks at Nature Folk HQ are freaked out by the BoogiePhone.

And probably rightly so.


Think about it:

The Boogiephone is a major disruptor, and usually in bad ways. Instead of engaging the people around you, or reading a book, or writing a handwritten note, or simply going for a walk, the Boogiephone creeps up time and time again and takes over your life.

Or is it even fair to talk about the Boogiephone …

Without him present to defend himself.

Boogiephone, are you there?

SOS Tweet
Boogie says #NatureFolkBeware

OMG – This is worst case scenario!!! #callinreinforcements


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