Great, but you must follow logic to it's conclusion.
by Andy77e - 6/9/07 10:03 PM
In Reply to: It is not "some people"... by kittyo
That's fine and peachy. I don't trust NPR. The government funds that. But still, if you want to hang up and drive fine. If you want to tell others to do the same, that's your choice.
However if you want to ban it because you have some "true story" about a cell phone, as if you know for certain it was the phone that caused the accident when you, nor anyone else, was in the car with her, then I have a problem.
Because I've been hit several times. One was a guy distracted by a passenger, another was changing radio stations, One was eating, another was just a lame driver. No phone or food or drink, just a lame driver.
So if you want to play the ban game, then you must support banning everything else too. Ban passengers, ban food and drinks, ban stereos, ban personal electronics, ban pets. Otherwise your just playing games and wanting to ban something you personally don't like, and not being really true to your own "claimed" beliefs. Why should anyone support you when you just are on a personal kick. So place your stake. Do you want to ban *every* distraction? Or is this just your personal crusade in which case, why should I support it?
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