should cities offer public wifi?

No! we people need to talk

argument 1

i feel like we shouldn't have free public wifi. i know its coming from me the girl that's always on her phone but it feels good to not be on your phone for hours or days. I feel like you get more done and interact with people more when you don't have your phone always on you.its just nice to talk to someone and feel like they are actually listening to you without their phone in their face. i will admit its hard to not get on your phone but having wifi in the cities is just going way to far.

Argument 2

imagine a world where we walk outside and all you see is phones in a person hands. why do you need your phone turn on just to walk to your car or to walk inside a store.I want to see what this world would be like in five years. It just surprises me how technology has taken over. .I feel like communication is the key to a successful life and how would we communicate with wifi in the cities? People don't even talk to their family when they have wifi in their house just imagine with wifi in the cities.

Argument 3

Do you think the government is really gonna pay for free wifi in the cities? No way its to expensive they would never do that. We people are gonna have to pay for it. You cant expect the government to spend all that money without getting any in return.If we ever get free wifi for public cities they are gonna raise the taxes.The taxes right now is eight cents a dollar imagine how much that will go up just to have free wifi in the cities.If you raise the taxes that leads to more angry people.What about the people that don't want free wifi for the cities they still have to pay right? If you want wifi so bad then we have to find something else for you. We shouldnt make people pay if they don't want free public wifi.
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Argument 4

being on your smart phone is very bad for your health to. It hurts your neck and especially your back. This picture will show you how just a smart phone can damage your health.
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"The average adult head weighs 10 to 12 pounds when it's in the upright or neutral position. However, because of that pesky thing called physics -- gravitational pull -- the cranium becomes heavier the more you bend your neck. Several times heavier, according to research from Dr. Kenneth Hansraj, chief of spine surgery at New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, which will be published in Surgical Technology International.

His study found that bending your head at a 60 degree angle to get a better look at your selfie is putting 60 pounds' worth of pressure on your cervical spine, the portion of the spine above the shoulders. That's more than the weight of the average 7 year old.

"The weight seen by the spine dramatically increases when flexing the head forward at varying degrees," write the authors in the study. "Loss of the natural curve of the cervical spine leads to incrementally increased stresses about the cervical spine. These stresses may lead to early wear, tear, degeneration and possibly surgeries."

But it's not just the big slump that could eventually cause you to look like Lurch. Tilting your head a mere 15 degrees puts 27 pounds of pressure on your spine; a 30 degree neck tilt could equal 40 pounds of pressure; a 45 degree tilt adds the force of 49 pounds."