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I don't see why texting while lawfully crossing the street should be under consideration as illegal. I dislike getting stuck behind some plodding self-important buffon who thinks her e-mail is just soooo important, or dodging the idiot who isn't looking for people walking the other direction because because he's reading Politico on his phone. Stupid, self-absorbed, lacking in general courtesy, yes. But so dangerous to self and others that it should be made illegal? Not sure I can get on board with that.

by Birdie on Jan 30, 2013 12:10 pm • linkreport

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