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RFID And so it begins.......

 
Godsjudgment

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What about when they take it home? Is the chip still connected? Maybe follow them home, if still in possession they will know their location, movies, grocery store, friends house, when their Is a need to look for an individual and Id not in possession they can send out an APB on all your possible locations shark
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The founding fathers would have HUNG anyone who would even SUGGEST this kind of insanity.

The "government" wants to monitor and track EVERYTHING you do, and EVERYWHERE you go, and EVERYTHING you buy or sell. This is the exact OPPOSITE of what this country is supposed to be.

The ONLY thing that could possibly save this nation is is the resumption of hangings for treason.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
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What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
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Ever read 1984? Orwell was a Prophet (and an optimist)

Oh yea - Open your eyes SHEEP!
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"What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons."



You are OBVIOUSLY unfamiliar with the concept of gradualism and desensitization.

The camel isn't just sticking his nose into the tent. Only the TAIL is still OUTSIDE the tent!
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And so it begins
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How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.





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[link to www.qlinkproducts.com]

there was a time i thought these were helpful but i think they are trial runs for something different....why put the word 'link' in it.........and when i heard this project had around the next...millstones.
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Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3...
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RFID in the E_Z Pass

MTA Builds Bridge to Future With No-Cash Tolls

The cashless system relies in part on E-Z Pass

The change could be a sign of things to come for the MTA’s seven bridges and two tunnels with tolls, which generated nearly $940 million from tolls last year.

And yes they can track you were-ever you go !!!

In today's world of E-ZPass, traffic cameras and grocery purchase tracking, this seems as unsurprising as it is disappointing. It certainly should provoke misgivings about how far we've drifted from the more innocent days of the land of the free.
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The kids in this school, PLEASE REVOLT NOW! before this becomes the norm!
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RFID in the E_Z Pass

MTA Builds Bridge to Future With No-Cash Tolls

The cashless system relies in part on E-Z Pass

The change could be a sign of things to come for the MTA’s seven bridges and two tunnels with tolls, which generated nearly $940 million from tolls last year.

And yes they can track you were-ever you go !!!

In today's world of E-ZPass, traffic cameras and grocery purchase tracking, this seems as unsurprising as it is disappointing. It certainly should provoke misgivings about how far we've drifted from the more innocent days of the land of the free.
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Native America is land of the FREE
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The mark of the beast is already in you. Our blood is made of 6 protons, 6 neutrons, and 6 electrons. Carbon.
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I think people should call their main number and tell them what they think:

[link to www.nisd.net]

Or inundate them with emails.

This is sick what they are doing.
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Start with the yunguns, brain wash them from kindergarden on, poke them full of legal drugs that make them psychotic, install cameras on every bus and monitoring every conceivable angle of halls and classrooms, put a tracking device around their neck and tell everyone it is for their own good and safety.

Think about it, if in a rush to get out of whatever doom you may be anticipating, in your haste of grabbing your bob's and such, who's gonna take the time to check a childs back pack for this id until it's too late?

and that being said, just how far do these things track the child? do they stop transmitting as soon as they are off the property?

I for 1 would not allow it. Threats or no threats, ain't happening in my family.
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It makes me sad for my kids that they will be faced with this in their lifetimes.
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What would be sadder is to have someone kidnap your kid and not be able to track them.
When they are at school they are the responsibility of the school.
How would you like to be held legally responsible for 600 kids at once, everyday.
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You whiners can always home school.
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Transmitting frequencies other than location information easily done im sure, certain frequency ranges that make a person more docile and complacent. Someone needs to check what the frequency ranges are on these things, biofeedback devices can put the human in different frames of mind easily.
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It makes me sad for my kids that they will be faced with this in their lifetimes.
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What would be sadder is to have someone kidnap your kid and not be able to track them.
When they are at school they are the responsibility of the school.
How would you like to be held legally responsible for 600 kids at once, everyday.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9231012


OMG, however did schools manage before the computer age? They didn't even have armed guards or metal detectors!

We were so free as children and we thought our parents were strict! Compare that to today's kids who aren't allowed to do anything independent, healthy or wholesome because they might hurt themselves or be hurt by others but are still able to download loads of hardcore porn and enjoy sexting on their mobile phones with their classmates and voila!--you have a dystopian society.

Embed a chip and the kidnapper happily gouges out the chip embedded in your child or hacks off the offending appendage.

So sorry that you're that legendary, little frog being boiled without your knowledge.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


The problem is that San Antonio, TX is more democratic than republican. This RFID chip has nothing to do with safety of the kids, parents won't be able to locate their kids with them. It is only for the schools to collect their income per student... look at the reality of it, as long as you are in school by the time it starts and are there for role call for second period then the school gets paid for that student, If they "skip" school after tha, well no-boby cares. Unfortunately that is the truth of the matter in this. I live in Texas, but not in San Antonio, as it is mostly illdgal aliens to begin with.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


Dear AC if you would raise your child to have any common sense and decency they wouldn't need to be monitored.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15368494


Be careful what you say there... kids raised by law abiding caring parents often break the rules... they are kids... and as my kids were fond of saying... that is their job (to break the rules)!

It is how they grow, learn consiquences to actions, and broaden their experiences. They figure they are invincable and won't get hurt or in trouble.

If the kids follow all the rules, all the time, they won't broaden their horizons and skills. So, in the end, smart, healthy kids do break the rules... worry if they don't.. because then they are so fully programmed it's scary.

Last Edited by my2centsworth on 10/11/2012 06:21 PM

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