originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: BotheLumberJack
Finally all those illegals who have legal cars that are legally plated and insured will be stopped for sure.
That is a load off my mind.
So, instead of Sheriff Arpaio stopping "legal" citizens who "look Hispanic", he and his kind can focus on the "illegals" alone.
That ends racial discrimination, completely.
Or, maybe not. Who knows how they will actually use the new tracking system?
But, then again, if you're not doing anything wrong, why would you care if they are tracking you every minute of the day?
Look at the good side. Suppose you have a medical condition, like heart attack susceptibility, and they notice your car stopped for too long idling in
some unusual spot, they could rush a medical team to your location, to check up on you.
Maybe even save your life, at that point.
And if you'd just stopped there for a quickie with your mistress, and they discover it wasn't really an emergency, they could just say "Sorry, thought
you needed us", and chalk it up to a "drill" or "practice run" that could have saved a life..etc..
We can always put a positive spin on anything, or a negative spin.
So, what to do?
Soon, we'll all have microchips implanted, with wifi or G5 links, so they can track us even when we're on foot.
Another funny thing just occurred to me.
Once the database of licence plates and all the locations your car was recorded "seen" has been built, and they have the historic records of your
travel patterns, the "auto insurance co.s" can then demand to access that information to look for cases of "fraud", where drivers say they are only
using their car to buy groceries, but actually are making long trips out of state frequently, hence should be paying a higher insurance premium
That database will be a great tool for "insurance investigators" to determine if you're entitled to any compensation, when you make claims.
The insurance co.s may even decide to monitor your driving day by day, and "adjust" your premiums automatically, according to what type of driving you
actually do, what "risky areas" you frequently visit, etc..
It will be a great tool for micromanaging all sorts of things related to human behavior.
edit on 29-1-2018 by AMPTAH because: (no reason given)