posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 07:30 AM
Well, I for one don't agree with CyberKat.
as posted by CyberKat
It's not about whether we carry cash or not, it's about losing our (once upon a time) right to privacy!
The day you were born, you lost your "privacy" when you were issued a social security card!
The day you went to work and gave your social security card number, among other pretinent personal information, you lost your "privacy"!
The day you opened a checking account at a bank, you lost your "privacy"!
The day you get married will be another day you lose your "privacy".
The list can go on.
Obviously, seems that many of you have no real clue to what "privacy" is in the real world. Apparently most think it is the ability to shut and lock
your doors and close your window blinds, along with not having your phone tapped, etc. Freakin' hilarious how some people simply want to sit on the
porch and casually sip from their glass of freshly squeezed 'privacy' lemonade as the world goes by.....!
The world is moving in the 21st Century and some of you are still stuck in the 19th when people were still stuffing cash into shoeboxes and burying
their money in the backyard or stuffing their money in a mattress. Good grief, now all you hear is this crap about anything and everything being an
invasion of "privacy"!!?
The "mark of the beast" has nothing
to do with this dern disussion. Its called the reality of the coming fiscal and monetary age. Actual
carried cash is and will become a thing of the past. Nothing but a fade. You will adapt or you will be assimilated!
[edit on 1-2-2005 by Seekerof]