The Danger of Texting: Some examples

Silly humans think they can do two things at once despite overwhelming evidence that they can barely do one thing at once. If you can’t walk and chew gum at the same time, what makes you think you can walk and text simultaneously? Read on to see some dramatic examples.

Then you have a boy in Milan Italy trying to walk along a subway platform while using a Sony PSP (article):

A few public safety advocates been trying to make people more aware of the problem. Here’s a powerful public service video from Great Britain (aimed at teens or older — this isn’t for young children):

Please stop texting while driving. Just because you haven’t had an accident doesn’t mean you can text and drive safely. You’ve just been lucky.

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