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Re: cell phone jammers

7/30/2005 3:20 PM
Doug HRe: cell phone jammers
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"I've used Nextels for 10 years (with the "walkie talkie" feature) just for shooting the breeze with other techs when I'm stuck in traffic. But I really hate taking or making cell calls when I'm driving... and will hang up on people if I need to pay more attention to the road."
 
 
I've got an earphone on mine. I have a long commute and use the phone while driving only on very rare occasions. I wait until I'm at a red light to plug in the earphone and dial the number. Then I can essentially use it as a walkie-talkie. I've been doing this commute for 25yrs so all eyes are on the road- all the time.  
 
I don't like phones in general and find them intrusive. I very seldom use the cell at all. It's just for urgent/emergency stuff.  
 
In all honesty I have bigger problems with really large SUV's driven by 20-30-something soccer moms who don't seem to have the slightest idea how to handle a vehicle that size. Oh yeah, they are usually jabbering on the phone too when they cut you off, make an improper lane change, back into you when you have parked on the side of the street (yes this happened to me recently) etc, etc...  
 
With the ridiculous size of the SUV's coming out now, I think we need to require the drivers to go to truck-driving school, or require them to get a chauffer's (sp?) license to operate them- something to prove they know how to properly handle a vehicle that size.  
 
Doug

 
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