Today's topic is a combinations of last week's "pet peeves" and today's on air topic, should not wearing be a primary offense, that you could be pulled over for.
When our city council passed the "No talking on your cellphone while driving" law, they exempted everybody in law enforcement...
I work with a salesperson who shall go un-named who keeps her cell phone in her bra. I guess you have to keep it somewhere and most people keep them in their pockets but this just seems to me like she's asking for trouble.
One time two years ago, some skeezebag stole our phone right out of our purse. For three months we were phone-less. So, we feel fairly well qualified to testify that this video, about what it's like to be surrounded by friends with smartphones when you don't have one, is pretty much spot on.
Ah, technology. What’s new today will most likely be old by tonight, which is why it’s so fun to look back at "must have" goodies that we felt compelled to buy to keep up with the times.
Generally, we let our cellphone go to voicemail when we're busy. Not so French daredevil Trancede Melet, who actually took a call while walking a 20 meter gap suspended 1,000 feet in the air. At least he wasn't texting. That would've been crazy dangerous.
It turns out Mark wasn't making any of this up. There really is a a national competition to determine who is the fastest "texter" in the United States. It's taken very seriously apparently, considering that there is a a $50,000 prize for the champion! The 2011 champion, Austin Weirschke, will be coming back to defend his title this year.