Ask Laskas: Your Turn to Give Advice on Cell Phone Etiquette
Jeanne Marie Laskas writes our magazine's monthly advice column; now you help counsel this woman for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue.
A woman took her cell phone into a public restroom, and I listened to her conversation from the next stall. Apparently this did not bother the woman or the person on the other end of the phone. But it bothered me. Should I have said something? — Seeking Privacy
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