Even if cellphones don't cause brain cancer and kill their users, mobile phones will eventually help reduce the population.
Every day, I see drivers, cyclists and pedestrians - phone in hand - run red lights, drive onto the sidewalk or walk across the street long after the light has changed. Most of them luckily didn't get into an accident, but they will eventually.
Just the other day, a bunch of us started to cross the street at a crosswalk after the light had turned green, when a cyclist - blathering on his phone - blasted through the crowd against the light. He came that close to being hit by a car, and even closer to ramming into one or some of us.
Fortunately, I saw him coming and warned the others in time. He still isn't aware of how close he came to being injured, or killed, or injuring or killing someone else.
Yeah, I have a mobile phone, but I never use it while I'm mobile. How about you?
Have you killed anyone yet?
Jerry Steinberg, Surrey