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  1. DustenRust's Avatar
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    Quite a story. Thanks for sharing
  2. Sam Gal's Avatar
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    The worst is when you are in a serious meeting and someone is sitting there texting the whole time.
  3. Sam Gal's Avatar
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    its true... i think cell phones (or another version of it) will be around forever.
  4. griff.blog's Avatar
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    unfortunately the phone seems to effect the brain, and you see too many people take the call and turn away... which is common sense rudeness eh?
  5. griff.blog's Avatar
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    conversely, if you take a quick look, silence the ringer and return to your previous conversation, that might show respect...
  6. griff.blog's Avatar
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    taking a call in the presence of another person implies the call is more important to you than they are...
  7. ashrossi's Avatar
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    this is so true. i'm guilty of #6
  8. rebelyell86's Avatar
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    freaking my bad
  9. rebelyell86's Avatar
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    this sounds pretty fraking awesome
  10. newariv's Avatar
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    No 5, in China , both weddings and funerals are very very noisy, the guests can use their cellphone freely .

    so it is different,right?

    haha ,it was funny .
  11. serjohn's Avatar
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    I was guilty of number 7 even though I should have known better. With my G1 I have quit since due to the nature of the keyboard I can type with it in the same hand.
  12. aepple's Avatar
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    I'm guilty of rule #2 Sometimes #7
  13. aepple's Avatar
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    Wouldn't be nice if the cell phone (DARE) had a web cam, visual phone connections can't be to far off from happening.