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    #408087 - 09/29/01 07:07 AM (15 years, 27 days ago)

Since the terrorist attack there's been sporadic talk in the media about using fingerprints, eye patterns and stuff to identify people that travel, enter and exit the country, get drivers licenses, and stuff. This idea of biometric identification frightens me. I think it will end up that everyone will be required to get a smart chip implant in their right hand or forehead for identification, and no one in the world will be allowed to buy or sell with out it. It will be the mark of the beast. If you ever have to get a mark/tatoo/implant in your right hand or forehead don't get it, even if you have to get your head cut off. Because you will go to hell for sure if you get the mark of the beast.

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Re: Biometrics [Re: Ellis Dee]
    #408239 - 09/29/01 01:32 PM (15 years, 26 days ago)

this takes place after the rapture and the reserection of the anti-christ so I think we have some time to worry about it. but still a good point none the less.


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Re: Biometrics [Re: Ellis Dee]
    #408704 - 09/30/01 12:59 AM (15 years, 26 days ago)

Yeah, biometrics is wild stuff. Its been around for years. I knew a guy awhile back who had 2 show quality dogs. And in the neighborhood where he lived anything that wasn't chained down was usually stolen. Even the dogs.... Anyway, not only did he get his dogs tattooed with a serial number but he also had a remote control chip put under their flesh. Now this was 5-6 years ago! Just imagine what they have now.

One thing that makes me laugh is when people say "Ah they'll never do that" Then I give my "50 Year Theory"

50 years ago, to call Japan on the phone from the US was big deal. Now we can chat on the www for almost nothing.

50 years ago people acutally used compasses and maps when they were travelling. Now they use GPS and cell phones.

50 years ago people thought we'd never be able to travel in space. Now we have nuclear missles that can fly half way around the world with a push of a button.

Point is... Never say never.


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Re: Biometrics [Re: Larrythescaryrex]
    #411893 - 10/03/01 12:50 AM (15 years, 23 days ago)

hey larry, thats not the case, if you suscribe to an amillenial reading of the book of revelation.

"Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
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Re: Biometrics [Re: Lana]
    #412087 - 10/03/01 04:44 AM (15 years, 23 days ago)

I'm going to write a futuistic Si-FI horrow novel about a crazy killer that loves those bio chips soo much, he killes people, cuts out the chips and puts them under his own skin.
Of course this is after the revolution, so no one is monitoring the chips anymore
He'll have hundereds of them all over his face and arms...and they'll beep and click....ewwww, freaky

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