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Unformatted text preview: Cassie McBean January 30, 2008 English 102 A Ban Against Cell Phones In the article titled, Tough Call on Cell Phones, by E.J. Dionne, he states that there is no better discussion that the use of cell phones while driving. Dionne admits that he uses his cell phone while driving but also admits that it is probably one of the stupidest things he could probably do. Although you can get a lot done, there are still many accidents due to this problem and many people favor to put up a law against them. Paying attention to the road is a very key fact when driving, it will keep you from getting into an accident (for the most part). I think that what Dionne is saying is very accurate and very fair. Many people talk on their cell phones, flip through their calendar, or text while driving. When you are driving, you should be concentrating on one thing, driving! He also states that drivers snicker at the bumper stickers that state, Hang up and drive, but it doesnt get the message across. These help get the stickers that state, Hang up and drive, but it doesnt get the message across....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Donovan during the Spring '08 term at Idaho State University.
- Spring '08