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Although cellphones are one of the best ways of communicating I agree with Steve Chapman opinion These days cell phones are having more negative effects on hour lives than positive In the article Cell-Phone Calls Have Destroyed a Thing Called Good Etiquette Steve Chapman talks about the negative effects of cell-phones on peoples lives He uses some examples of talking on the phone during the funeral driving exercising and using some funny and stupid examples just to tell people that sometimes we use cell-phones when its not necessary at all He said that sometimes he feel worried not to be available to answer his phone What if my son wants to ask whos buried in Grants tomb Steve uses good examples in here that using cell-phones is not necessary all the time I have seen people talking on their cell phones while driving and that makes me crazy because they are too busy to focus on their driving and they do silly things that can cause accidents Another time one of my class mates answered his cell phone while we were taking our final exam and I wasnt surprised when she was telling her husband how to feed their 19 month baby honey make sure the milk its not too hot When people go to the class room in college the professor asks them to turn off their cell phones however you can see people taking their phones out of their pocket and start texting or laughing because they received a funny text But Steve is right when he says the few barriers of etiquette that once existed are rapidly disappearing In a few years ago less people had cell phones However if they had they were preferred not to use them a lot in public places I can remember that we even were not allowed to take our cell phones into our class room In my country but in
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