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Originally posted by Seekerof
Maybe I am a little slow here, but can someone explain how 18=666?
[edit on 8-12-2005 by Seekerof]
Originally posted by Valerina
(A) A requirement that social security cards that are made of a durable plastic or similar material and that include an encrypted, machine-readable electronic identification strip and a digital photograph of the individual to whom the card is issued, be issued to each individual (whether or not a United States citizen) who--
(iii) files an application for such card, whether as a replacement of an existing social security card or as a card issued in connection with the issuance of a new social security account number.
Sounds to me like EVERYONE would be required to have this card. I know that "the mark" has to do with the buying and selling of goods, but how can you buy and sell if you don't have a job if you opt not take this card?
Originally posted by Nygdan
People already have social security cards. This is changing them from those peices of paper with the number typed on it to something more in line with durable modern cards. I am sure that people thought that SS cards were the mark of the beast when they were first introduced.....still no apocalypse.