Texting on the zebra crossings

By » Tue, February 21 2012
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Watch me trip this guy. (img by Pam Lau)

Chances are, you’ve seen this behavior all around you. People walking around staring at their phones, completely oblivious to the world around them. You’ve probably scoffed at them or bumped into them or gotten inordinately pissed off because you have to route around someone standing in the middle of a flight of stairs typing into a phone.

Chances are, you’re guilty, too. Here’s a quick video tutorial on the dangers of walking and texting:

Although the video stresses the social dangers of walking and texting, it doesn’t really hit the real physical dangers of walking out into a busy street or bumping into someone who’s looking for a reason to hit someone.

When you’re out in the world, keep your head up. You’ll die less, and you just might see something beautiful.

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2 Responses

  1. Paracelse February 23 2012 @ 12:01am

    It’s still less dangerous than texting while driving in France one out of 10 accident has a cell involved.

  2. Eric Jusino February 23 2012 @ 9:10pm

    Right. Don’t text while driving, walking, or doing anything really, other than texting.

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