Wat R U doin? Nutin, wat R U doin?

Potts, Tricia
October 2006
East Bernard Express (TX);10/12/2006, Vol. 63 Issue 42, p10
The author emphasizes the practice of common courtesy and etiquettes by the cell phone users. Etiquettes based on common sense such as turning off the phone in quiet places are encouraged by the author. The author focuses on phone manners of children and teenagers, which they mimic from their parents and stresses upon their practising phone manners.


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