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If it’s not the dogs, it’s cell phones

Dear Editor:

Quality of life in question: Everyone doing what they please contributes to a breakdown in society.

Disregarding a law, however small, is breaking the law.

A dog unleashed is just that. This kind of attitude spills over many areas and escalates into breaking a larger law and so on.

I can remember boomboxes blaring away until enough people raised their voice and ear plugs came into use.

Today we have a deluge of cell phones. Some restaurants, theaters and houses of worship have made their voices heard. But some public bus transportation such as RFTA need to address this disturbance.



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