OK, so to borrow a line from Queer as Folk, I would rather have my tongue superglued to a lesbian's twat than agree with the court system, however, I find this one law, I completely agree with.
In the State of Colorado, and probably many other places as well, it is illegal to text and drive, or use your cell phone without a headset and drive. To me this seems to be common sense, but some people just don't get it. I was almost ran over today by a guy in a mini van, and I looked over as he was drifting into my lane, and saw him with cell phone in hand, looking down on it. Then he looked offended when I actually honked at him to get back into his own lane. I mean come on, how insensitive can I be. It was obvious that this was some matter of life or death, that had to have his immediate attention.
Now don't get me wrong, I have one of those neat new Sprint Evo phones, and I love texting, and all the other neat things I can do on it, but at least I wait until I am at a red light to glance down to see that all important "Hey" from someone I can't even remember how I met, let alone, why they are on my contact list.
So heres what I would like from everyone out there. If you are going to not heed the advice I give, or the laws that have been set forth to keep me safe from your techno-tard ass, then at least have the common decency not to drive anywhere close to where I am. Or at least, that's as I see it.