Laws won’t make dim smartphone users bright


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  • Monday, 17 Jul 2017

A pedestrian views a smartphone while passing in front of the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, May 19, 2017. Ontario is easing rules for its pension funds as years of low interest rates, poor equity returns and a looming retiree glut pressure companies. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Any parent or grandparent, aunty or uncle, teacher or principal or responsible older sibling knows the frustration of having to say ridiculous things to a clueless child. 

"Preston, don't stick wasabi peas up your nose. They might get stuck and then I have to take you to the emergency room. Peas don't belong in your nose. Isn't the wasabi part sore? Come on!" 

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