Tinfoil Haberdasherie may be appropriate
This is so 1984 it isn't even funny. Once these start rolling out I will be snipping the wires to the camera.
Cutting the throats of those involved with the research, as well as the executives who approved of this project is a solid plan. Getting their families in the bargain probably isn't a bad idea either.
Yes, obviously any one opposed in any way to this smart plan is a tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist.
Senator David Crockett
March 21st, 2008 6:59pm
What makes them think we *want* ads "tailored to us".
What I want is for them to stop barraging me with ads. Everywhere you go, marketing is in your face.
At any rate, if these devices end up being installed, I'm sure a strategically placed piece of duct tape will solve the problem.
March 21st, 2008 7:40pm
The CONSUMER doesn't want adds "tailored to them". The ADVERTISERS will pay more for those adds, though.
March 25th, 2008 11:11am