Hey, this seems like a great idea, what do you think?
(I have to admit that I got board and did not watch it to the end…. as long as they are not planning on planting chips in our bodies.)
LOL I guess you DIDN’T watch it to the end… because the implanted microchip was what this whole video was leading up to.
I know nothing about implanted microchips.
Seems they forgot to add in South-America, Africa and Australia to this world government.
Then I wonder about the time frame.
Or the blindness of these conspirators to how humans think.
For example the pipeline in Afghanistan and the oil from Iraq seem to have failed.
Or that these overlords have not enough power to force the governments they control into conscription (USA) or sending more troops (NATO).
Then I wonder about this Asia Union, that is going to take several hundred years seeing the strong nationalism over there.
Then there is the you can fool all the people sometimes and some people all the time but not all the people all of the time.
Then there is the problem with REAL-ID (some states saying we’re not going to implement it) or the easy way you can take out RFID in a passport. Or the problem of range of an RFID (if you can to shut it down or check it.
Oh and yes they are planning to plant chips in people.
I was trying to get in for a show at the Varsity in Dinkytown a little while ago but didn’t have my id (cuz I’d incompletely transfered the contents of one handbag into another) and the brutes at the door made me drive all the way back to the other twin city, and then back again, and things would have just been so much easier with a chip…
What do you people have against chips? They’re great dipped in salsa.
Ana, Why did you need ID to get into the varsity?
A concert, Greg – in fact, it was that Leroy Smokes/Thunder and Lightning CD release party that you blogged on – and I needed a margarita (and thus, a wristband). Turns out my 5 grey hairs don’t get me nothin.
Ana, even significantly more than five just don’t get you all that far, which is just unfair. They really ought to be good for something.
Seriously. Is there ever any advantage? Let me know. Til then, I’m pulling them.
Uh, they’re kinda shiny? Actually, I’ll hit the point soon enough where the big advantage will be not being bald. Beyond that? I’ll let you know.
Ana: May you always be plagued with being carded.
That’s “bored,” Greg, “bored!”
Unless you’re confessing to woodenheadedness.
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