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This might become a recurring segment.

And now, a reading from the call-in line at the newspaper in Salem, Indiana:

I HATE CELL PHONES. I see parents and grandparents at kids [sic] sporting events on cell phones. I see mailmen [sic] walking their routes talking on cell phones. I see clerks in stores stocking shelves talking on cell phones. I see truckdrivers [sic] driving their trucks talking on cell phones. I even saw a girl at a restaurant filling a salad bar talking on a cell phone. I wish I had a job where I got paid to talk on the phone. People in restaurants talking on phones so loud everyone in there can hear your whole conversation…customers in stores going to the checkout on the phone…never even looking up at the clerk that is checking them out. I have heard very personal conversations in stores where I was shopping because someone did not have the sense to go outside or wait till they got home to talk on their cell phone. I know they are very good to have for saftey [sic] reasons and for work but a little common courtesy would be nice from cell phone users. Maybe I hate people who use cell phones. And NO..I do not have a cell phone.

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