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Sadly, it wasn't caught on video.

We all do it, and we all know we're probably going to die from it one day because we simply refuse to stop doing it. Good texting requires that you sink into a rhythm, letting your mind get carried by the back-and-forth whoosh of your unbelievably clever (to you) abbreviations and emoticons. That rhythm gets broken when you have to search your paths for speeding trucks and open sewers. Is dying worth it? If you don't want to waste a good 3G signal, maybe so, assuming you've accepted the consequences. Here are just a few examples of the near-death mishaps in store for the text-and-walk enthusiast.