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If you are holding a phone to your ear (or using an ear-piece) and
using that phone to communicate with someone, are you risking being
less attuned to what is going on around you? Safer with phone to ear,
or not?

Safer in a group of two or more?

Is there a university sponsored walk-a-student-up-the-hill service? If
not, perhaps there should be. Open all night.

Sad stuff - so sorry to all affected.

- Bruno


Scott Braaten wrote:

> Yes, at the very least one of the best peices of advice being spread
> around is if you are walking home alone, late at night...have a cell phone
> and call someone; just talking to someone on a phone while walking might
> not prevent any attack, but if you must walk alone you are at least
> talking to someone who knows your location and will know right away if
> something goes wrong.

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