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PostTue Feb 04, 2014 11:26 pm » by Boondox681


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PostWed Feb 05, 2014 12:03 am » by Chaindrive


Yeah, but that for idiots who have On Star AND Navigation Systems on their vehicles.. I dont have such things. Yeah Im weird.. if "I" need directions.. Ill ask, or get it from MapQuest or use a standard road map (a map.. what the hell is that?). :lol:
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PostWed Feb 05, 2014 12:47 am » by Shaggietrip


Coincidence? think not. Ah those pesky brain boxes. Not sure if just cutting out On star and Navigation add on means you avoid any data tracking.

I do agree with getting a map. Also learning how to read one. Here is a starter kit with music for the A.D.D.


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PostWed Feb 05, 2014 1:37 am » by Chaindrive


For those people who dont know just how to read a map and or cant be bothered in looking at one while driving.. heres a very helpful hint...

While looking your driving directions, driving directions comes in steps and record your instructions as a MP3 (each step should be its own MP3) by reading the first and second step (step 1 and step 2 MP3 #1).. when you get to step 2 you read (step 2 and step 3 - MP3 #2) etc.. so you know whats coming up even tho its 136 miles away.. the last thing you read will be in the back of your mind so you know what to look for and of course you can replay it and move on to the next step.. and so on...

Read each step like a story.. "you see that sign post that reads west exit 110 to highway 135.. take that"

In city driving, is a little more tricky so TURN OFF the radio etc.. to avoid ALL distractions.. and make sure the cops dont see you. cause wearing head phones is quite illegal.. and do the same as above. And for christ sakes DO NOT go through town during rush hour... the hell is the matter with YOU.? :lol:

The object of this mission is to get you from A to B without all the bullshit AND hassles AND in one piece. RIGHT!?

Yeah I know theres an APP for that, but your still being tracked...
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 2:15 am » by Boondox681


this statement was made this past weekend when he was asked about the push by the fed to have the automatic braking system mandatory in all new vehicles by 2016.

notice the wording.

not,"we will be able to" or "technology will allow us".....

he said "WE ARE".

sorry i didn't set it up properly.

puts a new light on his statement when you know this.
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 2:49 am » by Thebluecanary


My brother, as a scientist and computer/gadget nerd who is of the opinion that our government is friendly and wants the best for us, is very excited about this new technology they're talking about. Automatic brake sensors that stop your car if you're about to get in a collision, plus things like remotely disabling vehicles if they are committing a crime or are stolen, and increased ability to GPS track a car using some kind of signal that is capable of bouncing off the cars around it and using their GPS to "triangulate" exact position.

I told him I thought it was creepy as all fuck, and he couldn't understand why. "Think of all the lives that might be saved!" He also has OnStar in his car AND some kind of dealie that allows him to start his engine with his iPhone while he's still inside shaving in the morning. :shock:
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 3:44 am » by Chaindrive


Blue... I just BET that you tell him "The future is so bright that YOU (point at him) have to wear shades, dont you?".. :lol: You have to tell him to STOP thinking he lives in the age of the Jetsons.. Hell, were nowhere CLOSE to the renaissance and we have to go through the dark ages first..again (funny.. I guess history DOES repeats itself, doesnt it?)..

If your brother has such blinders on.. theres NO HOPE for him.. and there isnt a damn thing you can do about it.. BUT... he just might have some skills when the petro dollar finally collapses, that might be kind of a good thing to keep in the back of your mind, even a eccentric person does have their qualities..

Wireless lock and ignition systems are good.. and have their purposes. Ive never heard of anybody hacking into one of these things and being traceable is not likely, its just a luxury, nothing more. But the idea of having your vehicle all nice and warm ready to go when you get in it, is a nice idea.. providing that the engine fires right off the bat even when its -40.

Personally.. I LOVE to see a wireless starter system fire up a old 1973 dodge duster in -40, that sucks oil like a sieve and when you see it putting down the street you think it was dusting for mosquitoes. :lol:

YEAH RIGHT, I really wish them luck with that one fella.. :ohno:
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 4:44 am » by Boondox681


My brother, as a scientist and computer/gadget nerd who is of the opinion that our government is friendly and wants the best for us, is very excited about this new technology they're talking about. Automatic brake sensors that stop your car if you're about to get in a collision, plus things like remotely disabling vehicles if they are committing a crime or are stolen, and increased ability to GPS track a car using some kind of signal that is capable of bouncing off the cars around it and using their GPS to "triangulate" exact position.

I told him I thought it was creepy as all fuck, and he couldn't understand why. "Think of all the lives that might be saved!" He also has OnStar in his car AND some kind of dealie that allows him to start his engine with his iPhone while he's still inside shaving in the morning.

i understand completely and feel your pain.
my sister graduated cumma sum laude from CU,is a twice published author and is currently the head speech writer for mayor hancock in denver.they have been indoctrinated in the guise of higher education.
you may have seen me post this before.....
INTELLIGENT DOES NOT EQUAL SMART.
unfortunately,our siblings are the epitome of this statement.

thanx canary :flop:
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 6:00 pm » by Thebluecanary


I don't mean to paint my brother in a bad light, guys. He's a wonderful man, an actual genius, and really kindhearted. He just can't understand the idea that our government might be full of people who mean us harm. The cognitive dissonance would be too much for him. He also has a mild case of Aspergers, so I'm guessing that government conspiracy stuff represents too much of a breach of his routine for him to handle. I remember right after 9-11, my dad and I were hanging out talking about the "what ifs" and the possibility that it was a false flag, and my brother actually put his fingers in his ears and walked away from us he was so freaked out by it all.

He sees technology different than I do. I didn't grow up with the level of computer gadgetry that we have now (I didn't really use a computer till college) so I will never be fully comfortable with any high level of technology and it will always be suspect. My brother's generation, however, sees any advanced technology as being designed to make our lives better. His vision of the future is one of technological utopia, mine is 1984-style surveillance state dystopia. In a way, it is 100% generational.
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PostThu Feb 06, 2014 10:47 pm » by Boondox681


nor am i bashing my sister.i love her and she is my only sibling.
nor am i bashing your brother.
my statement does not concern their hearts and souls or MINDS...
just their BRAINS.
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