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March 10, 1988updated 04 Sep 2016 7:02pm

CELLULAR TELEPHONES

By CBR Staff Writer

We were most impressed with the Financial Times tale of leasure park owner Colin Saunders, who when he goes out hunting has the mandatory snifter flask on one side of the saddle and a cellular telephone on the other, but is it really sensible to have the thing on the saddle? There you are, lying in a ditch miles from anywhere, having taken a tumble, and your lifeline to the outside world is rapidly galloping away into the distance.

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