Be careful, however, that the exercise of your freedom does not become a stumbling block to the weak.
1 Cor 8:9
Aaaand here they are, our scathing and witty contributions to today’?s Seattle Times:
Aoid the problem
Reading “Cellphone dilemma,” it strikes me that school districts, like a mom treating her toddler’s sniffles, have overlooked the best solution: Avoid the disease in the first place — in this case, by simply confiscating the phones. Because school kids need cellphones during class about as much as a 2-year-old needs a cold.
— Kathleen Ferguson, Marlborough, Mass.
Get the job done
A student without a cellphone is like a soldier without a makeup bag. Some items help to get the job done; some hinder. It’s time to leave the hindrances behind and focus on getting the job done!
— Mare Sullivan, Kirkland
Now my entire family has gotten at least one letter to the editor published.