[Homestead] RFID-gov't spying rural U.S. in new relief act
lurine at com-pair.net
Sat Feb 21 22:39:45 EST 2009
Welcome to 1933!
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From: "bobf" <bobford79 at yahoo.com>
> yea, I know Lynda, it's terrible. people just don't think through the
> ramifications. Right now, with a name , a hometown, and another similar
> point of fact like a phone number or street address, I can pay around $300
> and find out 'almost anything' on anyone.
> The first time I did a heavy check on a potential business partner it cost
> almost ten times that amount and yielded less info than what the cheaper
> prices bring today. Anything 'centralized' is easy, easy target and easy
> money for the purveyors of information.
> Medical records contain everything from rape kits, to abortion reords, to
> terminal illness, to psych records. Maybe I should tell my shrink some of
> the 'real' crazy sh*t; that way the next time some one checks me out ,
> they will be even more apprenhensive of me than they currently are when
> they see my other available records.
> If someone is going money with me , I don't blame them for checking me
> out-- I don't like it but it is part of the way things are, today. You
> can't do business with a stranger on a handshake, anymore,. But, for a
> g-d d*mn
> clerk in some facist gov't beauracry or corporate office to be able to
> check out not only my credit, but also the result of my last prostate exam
> by punching in a number is a real downer.
> I don't like any of this stuff, but there is no getting around it when
> medical becomes centralized. The government owns you there, especially
> after they become evryone's HMO. Unless you decide that in an emergency
> you will let a family member die, there is no getting around not being
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