From Phil: Please stop talking on your cell phone if someone is with you. It's rude. Score: 89%.
So about the cell phone ... this means that I have tried really hard to resist the urge to answer when I'm with someone else. Phil is right. It may be hurtful to those present when we behave as if the person on the phone (who isn't with you) has priority. Some people have this "I am soooooooooo important that I can interrupt the person I am with to speak on the phone to
From Angie: Please stop driving on the wrong side of the street. You might get in a head-on collision. Score: 82%.
I only drive on the wrong side of the street in the neighborhood side streets, not on the major roads, lest anyone wonder if they'll see me on the wrong side of Highland Drive or I-215. Yes, driving on the wrong side of the street is a bad and dangerous habit, but it's one that is shared by some of my neighbors. This has to do with irregular (?) grading that makes you feel like you are on a weird Disney-like racetrack if you stay in the lane. To make matters worse, there are no lines on the street. How do I even know if I have crossed the line if there is no line? It's especially embarrassing to slip on this resolution with Angie in the car, which has already this year.
Note: the pictures shown in this post were taken by me. I was driving down my street very slowly and talking on my cell phone to both of my children at once.