Oblivious texters are just asking for trouble
The following editorial appeared in The Telegraph, Alton, Ill., on Sunday, Sept. 30:
(MCT) — So engrossed are we in our handheld mobile devices that we sometimes find ourselves walking into poles.
We’re ignoring the world around us while we try to see what’s on the tiny display in front of us. We’ve lost the art of real conversation, of real writing, of real discourse — all because of the advantages and availability of speedy communication via the life-changing, omnipresent, super deluxe, smarter-than-we-are smart phone.
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