Director Werner Herzog released a 35 minute film, backed by the cell phone companies, about the perils of texting while driving. I have never cried through what is pretty much a PSA before, but this one will rip your heart out and make you angry. ( I want to know every sentence these people got, if any, and why the teenager in Vermont got such a slap on the wrist for ruining someone's life.) For once, I wish this was forced watching throughout the world and I also think it needs to be treated like drunk driving. While we are at it, perhaps there is a way for phones to lock the texting mechanism when the GPS picks up you are driving. Anything to prevent more stories like these.