Fox News has a great article right now about cell phone addiction. There was a woman at the Gershwin Theater on Saturday who text messaged people during the entire show and she's the first person I thought of when I read this article. She was one row in front of me so I know she paid $117.00 for her seat. She basically missed the entire show. Talk about interfering with your life! I wanted to ask her what was so important and it wasn't just because I was annoyed with the blue glare from her phone distracting me in the near darkness of the theater. It was because she was missing such a great show that she paid a lot of money for. I can't imagine anything that would be that important that you need to do that. If there's an emergency at home you don't go to the show. Besides, what could she do about it anyway? I guess I'm hopelessly out of touch because I don't understand it. I couldn't take my eyes of the stage and there's no one in my life that I'd want to text message for three hours. Does that make me a bad person?