Wednesday, February 17, 2010

What Part of "No" Do You Not Understand?

Illinois has implemented a new cell phone and driving ban in school zones.
Since the law took effect Jan. 1, officials have scrambled to inform parents who dial away while performing the daily rite of dropping off or picking up their children amid a thicket of cars, buses and darting pedestrians. Many find the law confusing, and even some police officials complain that it will be difficult to enforce.

Let me put this simply. When you approach that sign that says "SCHOOL ZONE" hang the f*** up. Of course, really all the "confusion" is just subterfuge for "it's all about me."

"Personally, I think the police have better things to do than sit in the parking lot of schools and watch for people talking on the phone," said Sue Anderson, a parent at Rose Elementary School in South Barrington. "Am I guilty of it? Yes."

That is, of course, they have something better to do until lil' Susie is run over by Bobby's dad who was juggling calls between his broker and his mistress.



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