Man, now i know 100% that the bombings were to put fourth an ajenda..and Officials in the United States say they'll be closely watching the British
trial as they contemplate initiating their own tests of the plates, which incorporate radio frequency identification, or RFID, tags to make vehicles
electronically trackable. Screw them,,,im sporting a mountian bike,,LoL..
Nice, a thread on the same subject, except in texas. This is a good point, we have this about to go on in Texas, UK, and about 17 other states in the
U.S. I can forsee this happening all over the us, except here in Oregon/Washington, because our minds are on a diffrent "Vibration". The "Left"
coast will never cave in , soon, the time will be right,, and we are going to form the Republic of Cascadia. zapatopi.net... !
A little off topic, but I am always amused at learning of some of the fees and taxes the Brits are made to pay. I thought the
TV and PC tax was silly, but a congestion charge? The
link provided by the author mentions it, near the bottom of the article.
why not disable the RIFD tag? I am sure after having to replace these tags numerous times do to 'faulty engineering and installation' techniques,
the government will eventually abandon the idea after soaring cost. Maybe not...
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