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I hate talking on my cell phone and I can't stand people who drive while talking on their cell phone. The majority of idiots I see on the road are on their cell phone which means they are in command of several thousand pounds of steel and glass barreling down the road and their thoughts and attention are elsewhere. And no, you are not an exception. Every day idiots everywhere talking on their cell phones cause needless accidents.
A Letcher County woman suffered a horrible injury early Thursday when her arm was severed in a car crash on the Mountain Parkway in Clark County.
Jacqueline Dotson and her six-year-old daughter had to be cut out of their vehicle after the accident in which Dotson veered into the median and over-corrected, rolling her truck over the guardrail and landing upside down after flipping several times.
Her arm was found near the accident still clutching a cell phone.
Studies have also shown, as does simple observation, that people preoccupied with looking cool, often just pretend to be talking on their cell phones. I'd love a law that would require cell phones to look like pieces of poop. Then, maybe, they'd be used as intended, as a tool and not as a fashion device.
With all that said, for a while now I've been looking for an earpiece/headset for my cell phone for those few occasions when I do take or make a call. I've looked at dozens of models and never found one I liked until I found the Jabra C150 headset. I didn't think I'd like the in-the-ear earpiece design but, amazingly, it goes in easily, fits snugly and feels completely natural. I never found an over-the-ear or around-the-ear model that I liked. But, with the Jabra C150, you don't need the additional ear-hugging hardware (although it comes with a snap-on over the ear piece). The Jabra C150 comes with three different size ear pieces, but the one right out of the box works great for me. I chose the boom-mike because the dangly one seemed a little less precise. The comfort and sound quality is so good, I'm thinking of getting a Jabra stereo headset for general use.Posted by Don |
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