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Unsafe at Any Speed

Working our way down Seventh Avenue yesterday afternoon my wife and I walked around a woman pushing a baby stroller. As we continued down the street this woman managed to run the stroller into both of us, one after the other. I turned around to look and sure enough, she was on her cell phone.


And her baby; was it on a cell phone, too?

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