She was driving and shaving what?

May 16, 2011 at 5:42 pm | Posted in humor, insanity, Miscellaneous, modern trends, strange news, stupidity | 4 Comments
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We all know the dangers of distracted driving, so let this story serve as a warning to those who engage in this activity while behind the wheel. (click the image to enlarge)

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  1. Oh dear. And she is still entitled to vote. The mind boggles.

    • I wouldn’t worry too much. She doesn’t seem like the voting kind.

  2. INTRODUCTION
    Mission
    “TextKills, an advocacy group committed to road safety, is dedicated to increasing awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. With the proliferation of Smartphones and the constant streaming of information to and from these and other “smart” mobile communication devices, texting while driving (TWD) is now an epidemic that results in thousands of fatalities and 100’s of thousands of injuries annually. TextKills educates the public through social media campaigns and school tours in order to promote policies and programs aimed at enhancing greater personal responsibility and safety awareness among drivers and, ultimately, eliminating TWD from our roadways.”
    In 2010, TextKills launched a tour to rally college and high-school students against the dangers of TWD. Our team presented information to these students and encouraged each attendee to sign a promise to pay attention when driving. We also promoted a mobile application designed to help drivers resist the urge, and temptation, to engage in TWD. The TextKills blog (www.textkills.com) documented each stop along the way as the tour eventually found its way to the 2010 Distracted Driving Summit, hosted by the U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C. TextKills strongly believes that it is critical to direct its mission to the youth of this country, given the findings of a 2009 government study that found that the under-20 age group comprised the largest percentage, by age category, of distracted drivers.
    During 2011, TextKills will continue to strive for a surge in pledges and media coverage so as to further spread its mission of safety, attention to road laws and mobile communications etiquette. The group’s goal is to instill these principles into the next generation of drivers and smart device users, so that like taking the precaution of buckling up a seatbelt, undistracted driving and responsible mobile communications practices will no longer be just a dream, but rather a life-saving reality.
    So I ask you, “Do you agree that texting while driving is a bad practice?”

    • Thank you for that response. I agree texting and other forms of distracted driving is a growing problem. I’m adding your site to my blogroll (and I took the liberty of editing your post to make your link click able).


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