using my cell phone jammer knowledge for good instead of evil
This gem is from the New York Times:
Of course, the scumbag lobbyists jumped into the fray with this line of nonsense:
Lobbyists for telecommunication companies say that any weakening of antijamming legislation could become a slippery slope that eventually could inappropriately limit cellphone use.
Why can't they just come right out and say they're worried that the industry's revenue stream will be compromised? What is "inappropriate?" Washington lobbyists occupy the same rung on the moral ladder as old men who expose themselves on the subway.
Do you suppose I can get a paying gig as a jamming consultant/expert. I've got plenty of field knowledge that I would happily share.
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In the gym locker room this morning I saw a man hold a hair dryer over his shoulder and dry his back hair.
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