Do people annoy you with their digital habits?
Joseph Michael Homa

Hey! Thanks for your response.

One thing that you said that really resonated with me was that it was rude when people don’t use headphones, but still decide to play music in a public space. I am so passionate about this topic. I think that music is great, and that jamming out to your tunes in public is completely allowed- but only if you use headphones. In public, the space is not yours. Respecting other people’s space and privacy is important. It is very telling about people’s habits and values. In general however, I think that people should always be respectful of others in a public space, even if others around you aren’t giving you the same courtesy.

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