Saturday, September 15, 2007

Teen drivers told to focus

You're talking about an age group that spends 95% of their day wishing and hoping and fantasizing about someone touching them in their bathing suit area.

Teens will now have more than their parents insisting they not use devices such as cell phones while they're behind the wheel of a vehicle. A new law that becomes effective July 1 will require it.

Oh thank God, cause we all know if anyone obeys the law, it's teenagers.

On Thursday, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed SB 33, a bill written by Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto, which bans teenage drivers from using electronic devices - such as cell phones, pagers and laptops - while behind the wheel.

If you're using a laptop while you're driving you deserve to be shot through your windshield like a cannonball.

The signing took place at Sequoia High School in Redwood City.

The students cheered as the bill was signed, but mainly because they had be allowed to skip 7th period math.

Under the newly signed bill, 16- and 17-year-olds cannot use any electronic device, such as cell phones, text-messaging devices, laptop computers, pagers, walkie-talkies and handheld computers, while driving.

This way it saves the rescue workers time from having to remove a cell phone from their ass after they slam the car into a telephone pole.


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