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Cell phone sin

My question is less a tale to tell and more a question to pose for busriders. What, if any, are the “bus cell phone rules?”

I’m guessing most of us have encountered a loud bus cellphone talker at some point. The person who blabs on and on in what seems to be an unnecessarily loud voice. Do they have any courtesy? Any shame?

I will admit that I have used my cell phone on the bus before although I make a point to avoid it whenever possible. One particular time, I was committing the cellphone sin on the 6 after work. I really believe I was talking at a more than reasonable volume. However, an older woman seated in front of me, turned around, scowled, and pointed at something towards the ceiling of the bus, which I later realized was the “don’t ruin someone’s ride” poster that pictures an obnoxious man on his cellphone. Oops.

So that brings me back to my question. How do other riders feel about cell phone talkers on the bus? Is it ever ok to talk on your phone while riding the bus? Also, how is talking on your phone any different from having a conversation on the bus? I have been on many bus rides with people who feel they have to yell back and forth at each other. Is it really just a question of volume?

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