Sadly it’s pretty consistent with the entire DC philosophy these past two years…
From The Hill’s insightful article “DoT exploring technology that would disable cell phones in cars” we learn that the overpaid Washington mob has nothing better to accomplish then more aggravation and danger upon Americans.
My question is: When would this ever be considered a practical move?
Just a Few Possible Scenarios and Realistic Safety Concerns:
Will the phones be turned off in cars of drivers and all passengers? Hmm… won’t be a selling feature of convenience and gas savings for joining the local carpools!
This also wouldn’t allow a kidnap victim with a concealed cell phone to call out for help? Great… now kidnappers and thugs have an easier control of potential victims immediately.
Police and highway patrol wouldn’t be able to converse with fleeing motorists… remember Al & OJ?
Mom and Dad go out for the evening. Babysitter, Grandma, etc needs to ask Mom or Dad a question… but no phone service for both as they are traveling in the same car?
Witness to a crime or emergency (drunk driver, holdup, fire) and as you are driving alone… you can’t call it in, unless you find a safe place to stop, turn off your car, and get how far away from the vehicle?
If it will turn off, what’s the point of having this “disabler”… but if it is to remain on continuously, what are the long term effects of its exposure to the human body?
Inquiring minds want to know!
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Via Stimulus Watch one will find:
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MINNESOTA STATE COMMUNITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Grant: $99,335 – Rural Business Cooperative Service – Aug. 21, 2009
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Hiring of business entrepreneur center staff and start up equipment for the business incubator.
Project Description: Activities in the past quarter, we have hosted three Speaker Series events in the ongoing Entrepreneur Series. We are in the process of outfitting eight incubator offices, including two student incubator spaces. Our incubator offices have leases executed on four of them with two currently signed to date. Business information and mentoring has been given to approximately 55 individuals since the director was hired July 1, 2009. Preparing the Entrepreneurial Venture (PEV) course is being offered with enrollment of 12 students.
Jobs Summary: BES Director oversee business incubator, provides technical assistance to business start ups and existing business expansion oppurtunities. Administrative assistant provides support to BES Director and incubator clients. Intern has also been hired to assist as needed. (Total jobs reported: 3)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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So is it the Chicken (Incubators) or the Egg (Algae) that is a work in progress?
Or even something else?
Curious goings on, with Stimulus funds!
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