Cell phone usage in public venues offends me. Period. NO issue or question about it. It intrudes on my time and space. And I'm subjected to conversations, the contents of which I really don't want to hear.
As far as I'm concerned theater owners should be able to jam the signal.
But a number of you objected. One person commented that cell phone usage could be a matter of life or death.
OK, maybe the proposal of turning off the ringer automatically and using vibrate instead could be a solution.
I've collected together the proposals and will see how much we can get alternatives fleshed out.
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