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Driver takes GPS to top of cliff -- and nearly over

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posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 03:18 PM

Originally posted by Alethea
What of the GPS markings on our doors?

Think the night hawks will have better luck finding our doors than this poor guy and his driving?

You can always take the GPS marker and try to reprogram so that it's not broadcasting a marked house or any other location. This might actually confuse law enforcement in the process.

posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 07:43 PM
reply to post by Big Oil

Hey big oil,

Not only do the GPS imho make People more stupid, as they don't try thinking, but it is also a means for enslavement........... They usually only work in the States, and Canada.

Last time I checked they don't work south of the border..........for gringo cars; so why would they purposely not upload that info? The newer cars down this way have maps of the area....

I say they are to dumb down through lack of necessary thought, and to enslave by setting limits upon where a Person can go.

posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 08:20 PM
I have a GPS on my phone and I've used it before, only reason it was being used is because of the fact that I can't remember street names very well, but very good at remembering how I got there and back. So if I venture into a new place for the first time and don't know how to get to the place I'm intending to go to, I simply use the GPS and when it's off I usually do the 'ol trick of calling the place and ask them where they are located as well as if I am close or not.

So far I've only had to use the thing once and that was to get to best buy on the other side of town and now that I know where it is I can easily remember where it was and don't have to use it anymore. I find them useful every now and then, but most of the time after venturing the first time it's not needed afterwords.


Forgot to mention that my phone is one of those voice GPS things, but it's not built into the speakers. So having to look down at it is rather, but if I have to I wait until I can a safe stopping point and look, because quite a few times without even turning my gaze aside I was almost hit. It seems I almost get hit a lot whether I am walking or behind the wheel.

[edit on 29-9-2009 by Gigantea Rosa]

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