Friday, September 19, 2008

From the files of the blatantly obvious: From the New York Times


Cell phones while driving
Originally uploaded by paddyd85f.
Headline from a story in The New York Times: Distractions From Text Messages Are Seen as Dangerous. Er, no shit.

From the article by Jennifer Steinhauer and Laura M. Holson:
Though there are no official casualty statistics, there is much anecdotal evidence that the number of fatal accidents stemming from texting while driving, crossing the street or engaging in other activities is on the rise.
What's common sense is not always common practice. Yet again.

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