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ceciliazhang Post time: 2017-10-31 09:55
I think it is difficult to enforce such a ban. Given the number of pedestrians, it is hard for off ...
Given the number of pedestrians, it is hard for officers to discern whether anyone is using his cellphone.
Cops in China don't have eyes? All you have to do is look at someone, and you can tell if they are using a cellphone or not.
Teaching people about the dangers would be more effective. It would make people think twice before texting while crossing the street.
No it wouldn't. People have this attitude of "It can't/won't happen to me". Have you ever heard the expression, "You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink"? You can tell people about the dangers until you are blue in the face. It won't matter, because people won't listen. A good example is a fire drill. The firefighters tell you, "Don't run down the stairs because if someone below you trips and falls, your momentum will not allow you to stop in time, and you, too, will trip and fall". What do people do when they are faced with a fire drill? They run ... in order to get out of the building as quickly as possible.
People do not learn their lesson until it actually happens to them. That's why 18-year olds, who think they know everything, come back to their parents when they are 25 and say, "Mom ... Dad ... You were right!"