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Tag: texting ban
By JGillman, Section News
Some decisions shouldn't require a great deal of thought, but people are still making the wrong choices.
If you regularly text while driving, its safe to assume you have made a few other stupid mistakes in your life. There is an element of common sense involved, and a great amount of responsibility as well. If you hurt, maim, or kill someone because you have not given your full attention to the act of driving what could be an instrument of death, you fail. You lose, and perhaps not so much as those who suffer the losses of YOUR actions, but your life will change.
Women Fard, Guys Gawk, nearly all of us have eaten food so easily picked up from a drive through dollar menu, and yes.. its hard to find anyone who has not at least taken a cell phone call while operating the family wagon, pick up or Coup De Ville. In fact I would argue that most gals from the tender age of "daddy give me the keys" use earrings to mount their personal communication devices to the sides of their heads.
And the camel's nose, always searching for a new and deliciously imposing way to insert itself into our lives, seems to lift the tent's edge all too easily nowadays. And it has really bad breath.
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