"My TBR pile now has its own zip code."--Dena Pawling
OMG...I had no idea where that was going. What a message...
That was genius.
What a great message. Here in Olympia it is a law now, but it doesn't seem to be stopping drivers from using their mobile devices.
Very powerful. Thank you. Against the law to text while behind the wheel, even at stop lights, here in Georgia, But it's not having much effect. I don't see people with novels or newspapers open on their steering wheels like I used to.
Awesome. Should be shown in high schools everywhere. I found myself wanting to reach for the phone while driving this morning, but I did not because NC law says no texting while driving. This reminds me WHY the law was passed.Nancy Lee BadgerRaleigh NC
Two secondary messages: turn off your phones, you're in a cinema. And THIS THEATER HAS WIRELESS, AND WE CAN USE IT TO GET TO YOU.Which creeps me out almost as much as the message meant to be conveyed. *Shudder*My car has bluetooth. I have yet to hook it up/learn how to use it, and I refuse to get in the habit of phone use on the road.
I see people texting on the road all the time. I seriously don't understand what's going through their heads. Can anyone explain to me WHAT'S SO FUCKING IMPORTANT THAT IT CAN'T WAIT UNTIL YOU'RE NO LONGER ENDANGERING YOURSELF AND EVERYONE ELSE ON THE ROAD???????Personally, I totally support technology that disables phones while a vehicle is in gear. But of course it's never going to happen because people can't stand to be unplugged for even five minutes. Sometimes I weep for humanity.
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