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Thursday, July 13, 2006

With freedom comes responsibility

In another letter in Car Talk, the ignorance of the woefully uninformed is definitely shown.
He just doesn't understand that the problem is the conversation that takes the driver's attention from the road.


Your comedy is great, but as you move further and further to the left, following the rest of the FREEDOM HATERS on public radio, you become increasingly odious to people like me who believe that our freedoms and rights are slowly being eroded. Soon we'll be in the same state of affairs as we were before we set up the colonies, if you catch my drift.

If you must keep pushing on this cell phone thing, then at least don't harass folks who have the hands-free feature. These people talk while giving their attention to driving with both hands, hopefully on the wheel.

You should realize that the amateur-radio crowd and other such groups (police, fire, ambulance, etc.) have been talking on radios, while driving, for years--and safely.

Cheapskate Phil

Some people do not understand that driving a car is a privilege and a responsibility, NOT A RIGHT! Furthermore, the amateur-radio crowd normally work out of their basements. And the police, fire department, and ambulance, and other emergency crews are trained for this sort of thing.


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