posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 02:09 PM
reply to post by brandiwine14
imo, there is absolutely some 'listening' being done by my more recent phones. i have had similar experiences to yours, where, i'll be having a
conversation with a friend in a secluded area outside about some product or service, only to see banner ads on my computer for the exact same product
shortly after. now, i understand that adsense and other companies take the user's google searches into consideration when tailoring user-targeted
banner ads, but these were insanely specific products that i had done no previous research on. the only explanation that i was able to conjure,
besides unsatisfying (and imo, improbable) coincidence, was that my phone was 'listening' to conversations i was having with friends, outdoors, in
the woods. lol.
now, i really don't give a rat's a$$ that they're trying to sell me things based on what it appears i'm interested in, because the implications of
all this, if phones and other devices really do digitally eavesdrop for the nsa, are far more dangerous than sating my consumerism. it essentially
makes technology useless in the event of a revolution or rebellion for anyone except those with the backdoor key. and that is disheartening.
just an extra thought: wasn't there something in the dark knight movies (didn't really see them) about batman using every cell phone in gotham to
locate whoever or whatever he was chasing? it just occurred to me that if mass shootings, like the one that happened at a dark knight premier, do
actually carry some occultish illuminati (or mysterious group of your choice) symbols or secret messages, could it be that they were waving it in our
faces? that they can and do listen in on everything. this is far-fetched, but could lanza have actually been an mk ultra victim/agent used to bring
attention to a fictional trilogy's dytopia that is starting to more closely resemble our own?
if batman needs to know everything i do to stop the joker, well by golly, tap right in! gotham! gotham! gotham!