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Originally posted by ~Lucidity
some dude on the msnbc morning show (it wasn't java jo today due to i guess the holiday) was on there saying something like all you medical records should go on your chip. i need to find that. it wasnt clear to me from what i heard whether he meant an implanted one or not but he sure seemed to be talking about it as if it was a done deal. another thing i heard unclearly was that this seemed to be an interview topic about the national health care system. sorry it was before my coffee and i was running around and only listening with half an ear...i'll see what i can dig up.
Originally posted by wonderworld
reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
Yes, sad but true, under the skin it goes. Then upload time! Those hand held scanners can reach where most cant go. That would mean out in to the population.
Originally posted by suzque66
reply to post by wonderworld
They have made it impossible to pay anything with gold.
Robert Kahre owns a family business and instead of using paper money he paid his workers with gold and silver coins minted by the United States government. He paid them based on the “face value” of the coins. If he paid a worker a dollar an hour he paid with a silver dollar, which states on the coin that it is “one dollar” regardless of today’s value. His wages were so low that he didn’t have to file W-2 income tax forms or withhold taxes or pay workman’s comp. This upset the IRS, which charged him and his family with 161 federal tax crimes. cont.