“Change before you have to.” – Jack Welch
We’ve all been guilty of texting at innapropriate times. Like when you’re at church, in the movie theatre, stuck in traffic or at a restaurant where you should be paying attention to your kids or friends.
To be fair, when we see someone else occupied on their cell phone, we don’t actually know the situation. Maybe that lady with the screaming kids at the beach took the day off from work to spend time with her family and is merely responding to a work email. Maybe that dude on his phone on the interstate is lost and checking his GPS. Maybe that girl taking selfies at a funeral is just trying to collect memories of her grandma for a scrapbook. Maybe that guy at the grocery store holding up the line is a CIA agent, sending important intel to French operatives that may save our lives. YOU DON’T KNOW, Judgy McJudgerson.
Ok, the chances of any of these being true are fairly unlikely. The most obvious answer is that people are self-obsessed and easily distracted.
Which is why it was so damn funny when sportscasters caught these young girls taking selfies at a Diamondback game.
“You commit the crime, you do the time”
Few would argue the fact that if you did something illegal, there should be ramifications for it. Usually the punishment comes in the form of a prison sentence and often the time length a person is convicted has a direct correlation with the crime committed.
But the prison system is flawed in many areas, and fixing it will require some serious reform. From jails being privatized to police brutality, to lack of rehabilitation programs, to people being imprisoned for minor offenses – all of these circumstances are very real and very troubling.
At least 17 U.S. state prisons have had enough and plan to go on strike in hopes of changing the prison system. Here’s why.
If you miss the show Breaking Bad, you aren’t the only one! Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul want to relive their glory days with you in tow!