Baby got BlackBerry

August 2007
Hill;8/8/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 97, p18
The author reflects on the wearing of gadgets by the political officials in the U.S. He stated that wearing of gadgets like a utility belt is not a good practice and it is not a positive fashion. He added that lawmakers who hide their gadgetry underneath their suit jacket is admirable such as Representative Trent Franks. He also emphasized that the practice of Representative Jose Serrano of keeping his gadgets at his side is a job well done.


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