When you make a phone call, you pay a tribute to a stranger for the privilege to speak. Not only has your experience been brokered, but you are poorer and likely none the wiser. There is nothing reasonable about privilege; privilege is not of nature, but of man.
It is important to note that facts, in and of themselves, lead brief lives. Once described, a fact becomes hearsay. What is more, it becomes managed. This is the conspiracy of information in which we all participate.