Busy Connecticut lady and Bush administration enthusiast Maggie McGirr, who is famous (to me) for writing letters to the editor, is still on her game! The proud owner of dozens of published letters to the editor of the Times struck gold with this one today. It’s actually very good: “What remains a mystery to me is the behavior of the cellphone user when his phone goes off in a place where it is unwelcome — in a concert or theater performance, for example. He gropes frantically through all his belongings as if he has no recollection of having brought it and therefore no idea where it is. Then when he finds it, after eight rings or at least one chorus of ‘Celebration,’ he can’t remember how to turn it off.” OMG SO TRUE, AM I RIGHT?