It wouldn't be illegal under FCC in the US, but it's still endangering people by blocking calls to emergency services. It shouldn't necessarily be legal.
I'm pretty sure that the bar has a landline telephone. Pick it up; punch 999 (UK), 112 (EU), or 911 (US). It's not that hard. If it was my bar, I'd install a couple of pay phones back by the WC for nostalgia's sake and a little extra profit. They also get emergency numbers for free. Otherwise, join the smokers out side for your Twitter fix. I'd be happy to stop bye if I was in the neighborhood.
If we could just wear pajamas at all times I'd be 100% happy.
Haven't been to Walmart lately, have you?
Some mornings it's hardly worth chewing through the restraints to get out of bed.
You have misquoted Emo Phillips. The correct quote is: "Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps."
That's entirely possible. However, it is also possible that he is misquoting me, since I have been using that tagline since the days of logging into BBSs using Telix on a 286 in the late 80s. I am sure that I copied it accurately from the guy I swiped it from, because my tagline management program was really good at that.
Stop relying on devices that track you constantly and are closed for your computing. Stop using phones as computers.
If apps for such a device had to be loaded from Fortran card decks that came by mail, I suppose there would be a lot less malware on phones.
Fortunately, I have put a hardware hack in your vintage IBM 711 card reader that will install my nefarious warez.
The easiest way to figure the cost of living is to take your income and add ten percent.