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18 hours ago, Dasnake said:

There is an easy explanation, the gps micro chip is magnetic that they inserted into the covid vaccine that will help track your movement when and where you are, this is a gov't op and the main reason they want everyone vaccinated. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOT!!!!!!

I know you are being sarcastic....but the government doesn't need to implant us if they want to track us.  Most people have a phone with them 24/7 that they can't put down.  If they really wanted to track us that is all they need.

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1 hour ago, IH Forever said:

I know you are being sarcastic....but the government doesn't need to implant us if they want to track us.  Most people have a phone with them 24/7 that they can't put down.  If they really wanted to track us that is all they need.

You know what? I was watching a show the other day and they did just that, I never really thought much of it because I use my phone for me and that’s it, it’s off until then, but that morning moms phone went off and I asked her about it and she never turns hers off, that got me to wondering what else can they trace us with? My garmin? My dash cam? My SiriusXM? My comment was a joke but the seriousness is alive and well, do you keep your phone on also? I really don’t think to many of us are on the social media bandwagon but who knows whose eye is on us, look at all the traffic cameras that are up and watching us.

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51 minutes ago, Dasnake said:

You know what? I was watching a show the other day and they did just that, I never really thought much of it because I use my phone for me and that’s it, it’s off until then, but that morning moms phone went off and I asked her about it and she never turns hers off, that got me to wondering what else can they trace us with? My garmin? My dash cam? My SiriusXM? My comment was a joke but the seriousness is alive and well, do you keep your phone on also? I really don’t think to many of us are on the social media bandwagon but who knows whose eye is on us, look at all the traffic cameras that are up and watching us.

I'm really not on social media, this site is as close a I come to that.  But my phone is left on 24/7.

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1 hour ago, Dasnake said:

I use my phone for me and that’s it, it’s off until then

 

Hate to be the bearer of negative news....  my understanding is as long as the battery is IN the phone, it's able to 'phone home'.  Turning it off does NOT disable it.  If you genuinely want to disable the phone you have to physically remove the battery....  that is when it will go off grid.

 

I said years ago that the day may come when we get a "phone ticket"....  meaning what is speed?  Distance divided by time.


So if my PHONE arrives in Florida in say, 7 hours and Florida is for example 600 miles away then in order for my phone (therefore me) to arrive in Florida in 7 hours, my AVERAGE speed has to be 85 MPH.  Average speed meaning, when I'm leaving my driveway, when I'm slowing down for a stop sign, when I'm going through town....NOT just when I'm on the highway.  So if my average speed has to be 85 MPH and I drove normal through town then I defacto had to be driving at "X" MPH over the speed limit....so here is your ticket in the mail.

The towers can ping you along the way (or vice versa?) so "they can know" because you have your tattletale with you.

I like the Hillary method....  smash them to smithereens!!

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Thanks for that, so unless the battery is out it doesn't matter.

Your phone ticket reminds me of a story when we were traveling on the bike in '83, we were on the kansas city turnpike and rolling along about 75 or 80, mom would be on the back tanning reading a harlequin romance, and no hats needed we had plastic bags in them and had beer chilling in them, I'd finish one and she would pop a cap and on we went.

I see some cars rolling up on us and blow by us around 95, we stop at the next gas stop and there is a guy in a delorean a jazzed up pickup truck and an old Corolla from California, the delorean says he has an escort radar detector and if we want we can lock in with them til the end, so ya away we go we were flying along about 95 and more and just having fun, but I forgot that the high speed ate gas a lot quicker, so after a 100 miles or so I needed fuel so away they went and we went for fuel, when we paid our toll I always wondered if they could ticket us for speeding by knowing what time we left our entry point to when we got off the toll road, never got any notices so who knows, thanx for bringing this up, another fun memory, I just mentioned it to mom and right away, oh ya, the four of us rockin on the KCT.

 

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we are already tracked EVERYWHERE we go 

if you havent figured this out yet, well..........research it

the only way you are not is if you leave your phone, wallet, computer, vehicle home and walk or ride a horse. 

even at that its likely you were spotted by various means of electronic intrusion because some other jackwagon took your picture or you went under a bridge or sign with some sort of camera on it - our privacy is pretty much gone

my wife had her OBGYN appt today and they tried to talk her into a covid shot and told her TB was on the outbreak list now too. Next thing you know we will be told the suns on fire and were all going to die. 

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They can track my movements and activities all they want. 

It will be a good cure for insomnia?

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On 5/24/2021 at 5:29 PM, Coytee said:

 

Hate to be the bearer of negative news....  my understanding is as long as the battery is IN the phone, it's able to 'phone home'.  Turning it off does NOT disable it.  If you genuinely want to disable the phone you have to physically remove the battery....  that is when it will go off grid.

 

I said years ago that the day may come when we get a "phone ticket"....  meaning what is speed?  Distance divided by time.


So if my PHONE arrives in Florida in say, 7 hours and Florida is for example 600 miles away then in order for my phone (therefore me) to arrive in Florida in 7 hours, my AVERAGE speed has to be 85 MPH.  Average speed meaning, when I'm leaving my driveway, when I'm slowing down for a stop sign, when I'm going through town....NOT just when I'm on the highway.  So if my average speed has to be 85 MPH and I drove normal through town then I defacto had to be driving at "X" MPH over the speed limit....so here is your ticket in the mail.

The towers can ping you along the way (or vice versa?) so "they can know" because you have your tattletale with you.

I like the Hillary method....  smash them to smithereens!!

I saw a YouTube video of a guy doing a cannonball run- going for record speed coast to coast. He went to fill up with gas and the card got declined. Apparently American Express decided there was no way to get from his first gas stop to his second as quickly as he did!!

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6 hours ago, brewcrew said:

I saw a YouTube video of a guy doing a cannonball run- going for record speed coast to coast. He went to fill up with gas and the card got declined. Apparently American Express decided there was no way to get from his first gas stop to his second as quickly as he did!!

That's standard fraud monitoring that's been around for 20+ years. It has saved me from being responsible for thousands of dollars in fraudulent activity on my card on two occasions. One time the fraudulent activity was only a couple hundred miles away, but it happened only minutes after I used the card locally.

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On 5/24/2021 at 4:29 PM, Coytee said:

 

Hate to be the bearer of negative news....  my understanding is as long as the battery is IN the phone, it's able to 'phone home'.  Turning it off does NOT disable it.  If you genuinely want to disable the phone you have to physically remove the battery....  that is when it will go off grid.

 

I said years ago that the day may come when we get a "phone ticket"....  meaning what is speed?  Distance divided by time.


So if my PHONE arrives in Florida in say, 7 hours and Florida is for example 600 miles away then in order for my phone (therefore me) to arrive in Florida in 7 hours, my AVERAGE speed has to be 85 MPH.  Average speed meaning, when I'm leaving my driveway, when I'm slowing down for a stop sign, when I'm going through town....NOT just when I'm on the highway.  So if my average speed has to be 85 MPH and I drove normal through town then I defacto had to be driving at "X" MPH over the speed limit....so here is your ticket in the mail.

The towers can ping you along the way (or vice versa?) so "they can know" because you have your tattletale with you.

I like the Hillary method....  smash them to smithereens!!

I always figured they would do that with the automatic toll takers (here in IL it's called an "I- Pass".) If it reads you making the next toll booth too soon, you get a ticket. Thankfully, those have probably been around for nearly 20 years, and it hasn't happened yet, anyway.

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