From: "Dirk Bruere"
Subject: Re: Tracker implant for children - Real or Fake?
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 00:24:22 +0100
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"Jim Yanik" wrote in message
> >> My bet is the joker thinks he can use the cell sites for
> >> triangulation and is thinking that silly girl is gonna let him stuff
> >> a pretty good sized box containing a analog cell phone and a lithium
> >> battery into her chest or stomach cavity, where she can feel it every
> >> time she moves. I'll bet it gets removed after two days if it is
> >> ever implanted.
> > In her arse if she's American.
> > Will take up <<1% by volume and weight and go unnoticed even when she
> > stands up.
> > Saw a likely candidate on cable TV - 'When animals attack'. This 14yr
> > old was swimming in some Florida hole when an alligator mistook her
> > for a pork chop.
> Hey,here in Florida,gators turn up in all sorts of places. Under people's
> cars in their driveway,on one person's front door step,in their
> pools,drainage ditches,backyards,saw one on TV going down a road on a
> I've got one about 7-8 foot long in a small creek across the street from
> apt. complex.At first sight I thought someone had dumped a couple of big
> truck tires in the creek.
All it takes is a swift rap across the snout with a rolled up newspaper.
The alligator, OTOH, can be taken care of by the authorities.