Americans use enough toilet paper in one day to wrap around the world nine times. If it were on one giant roll we would be unrolling it at the rate of miles per hour roughly mach ten times the speed hands free of sound.
Texting while driving has become such a hot button issue it's even produced its own acronym, DWD, or driving while distracted. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration believes that distracted drivers cause eighty percent of traffic accidents and account for sixty percent of near misses. Currently, twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have either already banned text messaging while driving, or have a passed a ban which will go into effect in the coming months. In fact, six of the states and DC ban hands free news story use while driving entirely.
Well guess what? Some clever scientist over in Japan has taken the 'smell' of wasabi as it burns your nose and transformed it into an amazing new product to aid new sound device in the event of a fire. It was while eating some that the light went on in his head and he suddenly thought hey, I have a great idea how this could help deaf people in the event of a fire. A moment of outrageous genius for sure.
Talk on the phone with a hands free device. If you must talk on the phone during a commute use a hands free device to keep both of your hands free while you're talking. Keep your conversations lighthearted so you don't take your concentration off the road.
Do you think Marlee can win this season of The Celebrity Apprentice? It has come down to Marlee versus John Rich and by the end of this Sunday night hearing aids one will be hired and the other will be fired. Don't miss the finale Sunday night on NBC, airing on Channel 12 in the Scottsdale area.