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Presidential Alerts Soon Mandatory On Your Phone
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ylong
ylong,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/18/2011 | 7:03:31 PM
re: Presidential Alerts Soon Mandatory On Your Phone
I would wonder what else the government could do with that chip, such as logging/tracking GPS information or browsing contact lists.
billybob1423
billybob1423,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/19/2011 | 10:45:20 PM
re: Presidential Alerts Soon Mandatory On Your Phone
How to ruin a country
1. Run it into bankruptcy ( 15 trillion and counting)
2. Pit one group against another and each other Demo's against Republican.:lazy asses
against the workers
3. Distroy captialism ( wall street sitins, How many U S flags have you seen and how many abolish captialism signs
Start selling all you have ,bury your money in a can and get your sheets, turbons and sandals before the big rush and start learning muslum language. The muslum new years day is listed in the 2011 calender and they want be mail delivered, and banks close. If not this year then next, SO WAKE UP
JenniferJ773
JenniferJ773,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/29/2015 | 10:44:25 PM
re: Presidential Alerts Soon Mandatory On Your Phone
Oh look it's 2015 and I didn't have to learn the Muslim language or die. Imagine that you moron. Perfect example of genuine ignorance. I'll pray for you.
aredd14ya
aredd14ya,
User Rank: Apprentice
6/18/2013 | 2:58:44 AM
re: Presidential Alerts Soon Mandatory On Your Phone
OMG! There goes the neighborhood.
ktteraji
ktteraji,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/8/2016 | 12:46:58 AM
Mandatory
Mandatory ? dam, i can't even choose not to hear BS from our polititions. Whatever happened to freedom of choice. This is the greatest country in the world and every year we loose more and more of our freedom of choice. Mandatory = oppresion.


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