"It had occurred to Jammer Man that, during his righteous phone-jamming campaign, other people — the innocent, quiet talkers — might have been cut off too. Jammer Man's aim is true, but his path of destruction is wide. In the trenches where telecommunications renegades play, there comes a certain degree of collateral damage. Yes, innocent bystanders who were using discretion in their conversations can get cut off. Legitimate business deals might be quashed. The kid dialing feverishly to become the 10th caller to his favorite radio show might not get the passes to Beowulf in IMAX he'd so hoped for. AN INDIVIDUAL TRYING DESPERATELY TO CALL 911 FOR HIS WIFE SUFFERING A SUDDEN HEART ATTACK CAN ONLY HIT REDIAL AND WATCH IN HORROR AS HIS SPOUSE DIES. Is this the price our society must pay?" You forgot one possible scenario, Mr. Mooney. Figured I'd add it on for you in caps. Is THAT the price we have to pay, simply because some crybabies cannot stand people in public having a conversation? Did the recently added scenario ever occur to you, Mr. Mooney, as you tried in vain to glorify this garbage? I sincerely hope persuasive writing isn't what you list as your "day job", sir. Unless, of course, that job description also calls for making piss-poor attempts at being a strawman.