Suppose a person is walking the streets, he's talking on the phone, and he's smoking a cigarette. All at he same time.
So, could we mean the same by saying
"He was walking the streets talking on the phone, smoking a cigarette."
Would that imply he was doing all three things at the same time? And i'm trying to avoid having to use conjunctions. What other ways could we imply he was doing all three things without using words that are not used in the original text, and conjunctions?