Earlier this week, I wrote about a National Review columnist who grabbed a woman's cell phone and threw it across a theater after she refused to stop using it during a performance. I asked if the response was justified and your replies were mixed.
Since I complained about all of my frustrations with rude folks and their phones, I thought I'd help everyone realize what is and isn't okay about using your phone in public. There's a helpful infographic after the jump to answer any questions you might have.
No need to thank me. It's a public service really.